Well, I finally decided to replace my OG Droid. I had it for over two years and it was a fantastic phone. I almost felt a little guilty for replacing it because it's been so good over the years. But lately it was getting too slow, even clocked at 800mhz. I then switched to the stable Cyanogenmod and it would still freeze about once every 3 days. My phone app became buggy and wouldn't let me answer, or would freeze after the call was over. On Saturday I missed a call because of it, and upon restarting, didn't show me in the call log who I missed. So I trotted over to Costco and picked up a Galaxy Nexus. So far, so good. My 4g reception at home is fine. It isn't great at work, but my 3g connection was 1 bar at work anyways so it's a wash. The phone looks great, very sharp display and ICS is also very nice. I love the traffic widget, but am afraid it would be a big drain on the phone's resources so haven't given it a permanent home on the home screens. Now I'm trying to decide what to do with it. Keep it stock? Root it? What do you guys think? Anything I MUST do now that I have it?