Okay, here's the deal. Lately, the screen on my D1 has been going haywire, and it's really starting to get on my nerves. Sometimes it works fine, but now more often than not it won't recognize taps, swipes, or so on correctly. To make matters worse, anytime it stops recognizing my taps, the screen goes unresponsive for about 10 seconds, then flips out and starts acting like there are a bunch of phantom swipes. If I'm on the home screen, it will slide back and forth across the screens, if I'm in the App Drawer or any kind of menu, it just keeps scrolling all the way to the bottom. If I try to scroll back up, it goes immediately back down. Angry Birds is pretty much unplayable now [ ] as it just shoots back and forth across the screen and flings my birds all higgledy piggledy. Seems to have the same issue in every app/menu. I've tried every method I know to restart the phone (rebooting, shutting down, pulling the battery), none of which works. Even answering the phone calls or unlocking the device have become a handful, as it only registers my swipe about 50% of the time for these actions. A little bit about my phone. Like I said, it's a D1. It's rooted, Cyanogen 6.1.2 (was on 6.0 when this issue started, and updated hoping it would help. It didn't), factory CPU clocking. I haven't added any new apps that I can recall around the time it started doing it, which was about a week or two ago. The phone hasn't seen any serious drops or exposed to liquids (the moisture strip still looks normal). The keyboard still works fine, and the physical buttons all function exactly as they should. Any ideas as to a possible fix, or should I just wipe the data and cache, flash it back to the standard FroYo, and bring it in for service? I'd like to avoid the latter option...but on the other hand, I'd like to have a fully functional phone again too.