I would have to strongly disagree... I mean after all these are "leaked" basebands & NOT "officially released" basebands. I would highly recommend NOT updating your baseband period, unless of course it is an official release. I have tested these baseband updates multiple times using my two Droids (which I normally get the same reception on) and have found that it always makes the reception worse on the Droid that I flash it to. The reception becomes stronger at times on one of the Droids over the other but it varies... i.e. sometimes the updated Droid will be better and sometimes worse and that can change within seconds depends on usage which will kick up the voltage to the radio. However, the updated Droid will experience much more frequent 3G drops and intermittent signal. This has happened with ALL combinations of ROMs/kernels. The intermittent signal is incredibly annoying and makes the overall data rate of the updated Droid nearly half of the other Droid which is running the original 2.0.1 baseband (C_01.3E.01P). Obviously I was not very pleased with the baseband update results but I expected them because they are leaked and not official baseband updates as I said. The only older baseband update.zip file I could find out there was C_01.3E.03P so in order to get the original C_01.3E.01P baseband back I had to flash the SBF file back, re-root, and re-flash my custom ROMs/kernels!!! Then my reception would be back to its healthy, normal self. Haha. In the end, I have tested them multiple times and the advice I have is NOT to update, but if you are having reception problems and are willing to take the plunge then go ahead. Just be prepared to have to completely redo your phone... i.e. do an SBF flash, re-root, and re-flash custom ROMs/kernels. Lol.