Hey guys! I'm not entirely sure where this post to go, but I figure general discussion is my best bet. Anyway, I recently rooted my phone in order to uninstall the bloatware. That went just fine, I'm happy to say. I am about to uninstall all the bloatware, but I have some reservations. I know that I have technically voided my warranty already, and I don't plan on ever needing to use my warranty. However, I still want to back-up the bloatware apps using Titanium, just in case (I'm one of those people). I have performed my backup, but I want to make sure I know what I'm getting myself in to before I start deleting things willy nilly. This is how I understand it: 1. As long as I have Titanium installed, I should be able to restore my phone, unroot it, and essentially have it appear as though it was never rooted in the first place. 2. If I go through the process mentioned in number 1, my phone would be exactly as I had it right before I rooted it. Thus, a Verizon representative would not know that it had been rooted, and would still honor my warranty. (This is going off of a friend I have who allegedly did the same thing. I do not entirely trust his story) Once again, I don't plan on anything happening, as the phone has already lasted 7 months. I just like having my bases covered. 3. I can store my back-ups on my computer in order to assure redundancy. Any further advice/criticism is greatly appreciated.