Using a one step method I successfully rooted my D2 last nigh. I don't use custom roms, but one of the first things I do was install Root Explorer and Cache Mate. With Root Explorer I was able to remove many of the apps Verizon shoves down our throats like City Watch and Navigator. Cache Mate is a 1 step cache cleaner, cleans all your apps with one touch. Liberated 10 mb of space on my D2. This morning I loaded Quadrant Standard after I overclocked with something a little different then SecCPU. I used Droid X2 from Jrummy which also comes with Apps2SD. It has a great UI with it, a bit different then Set CPU. If you've never used Set CPU for overclocking I would recommend that first. I'm in the process right now of moving my browser cache to my SD card. For most of you this won't be necessary as you have 8gb on you phone and SD card. I have a 16 gb SD cad and choose to allow my SD card to carry as much stuff as possible. I also decided to reinstall Quick Boot, another root only application. It does what it says , it can boot you into recovery or just reboot the device. And then I downloaded a app called Screen Shot It. This one cost a few dollars more but the screen shots are perfect and there is no "shaking" the phone to get it to work. I did my rooting with something new, this is a one step rooting device I talk about in this thread here. For those of you who want to root and thought it seemed complicated this is the way to go. It's real easy if you mess this up then you probably shouldn't plug a toaster into a wall outlet. I'm not getting any responses on that thread so I did want to mention it here as well. Not really cross posting as I've discussed all the other things I've done with rooting as well. Have fun, enjoy and if you have questions post them up. I will try to answer them.