I'm starting to experience some really sluggish performance on 5.2 after running it since it was released. I've experienced this before on Chevy's 4.91 ROM as well, but was always able to fix those issues by clearing my data partition and then just restoring my apps through Titanium. The partition clear seems to delete something within /data that is causing my performance issues. I've looked through my apps and checked their data sizes and there aren't any apps that are overly large so I don't believe its an issue with the app sizes. I've used Chevy's scripts to clear my cache, his task killer script, and to clear my dalvik-cache. None of those seem to help. As a test I created a Nandroid backup and then cleared my data, and restored certain apps using Titanium again which really seemed to speed up my phone greatly and ending up freeing about 15-20 MB's of space within /data. I would have just gone this route, but I had to restore because after wiping /data I was getting FC's like crazy with the stupid Market and I couldn't get that fixed. I guess my question is, is there possibly a log somewhere that's running that I can clear or a folder within /data accumulating a large file? As a note, I have logging turned off, so I'm guessing that's not it but I really don't know. I would just love to find what's causing my slowdowns... Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!