Ok, I'm considering rooting my Droid X which is running 2.2.1. Right now one of the major reasons I'm considering it is to be able to freeze the apps that Verizon permanently installs on the phone which I don't use. I want to do this to free up memory because according to the droid system info app they are always running and using up memory. However, from what I understand, the Android OS is supposed to automatically free up memory when it is needed by an app, so I'm unsure if freezing apps to have more memory available regardless of android's memory management will actually make any real difference in the performance of my phone. I also wonder if doing this will help with battery life any.