Let's see if I can cover everything in post. I want to try and avoid using the sbf method. I installed Cyanogen last night and I've done A LOT of research today, but most people are saying to use the Nandroid backup...which I don't have. * Rooted phone and installed Droid Mod 1 with DM Updater * Used ROM Manager to install Cyanogen 5.0.5 * Everything was easy except: * Can not sign in to Google Account to sync phone or access the Market * Installed DM Updater again, but it can not see my SD card, says it's not mounted (but I know it is because everything else can see it) * Just want to go back to Stock 2.0.1 to start over again * I DO NOT have a Nandroid backup that I can use * When I use DM Updater, it just reboots into Clockwork Recovery * My options in Clockwork Recovery are: -reboot system -apply sdcard:update.zip -wipe data/factory reset -wipe cache partition -install zip from sdcard -nandroid (but it says "No files found") -partition menu -advanced 1) Which of those options will reinstall Cyanogen so I can try and install the Google Apps add-on to it? 2) Which one of those options (if any) will JUST install the Google Apps add-on for Cyanogen? 3) Should I just use the commands in Terminal Emulator to install SP Recovery? If so, will it be self explanatory to use SP Recovery to get back to Stock? "su" press enter "flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-0.99.3.img" press enter "reboot recovery" press enter 4) Just say screw it, and do the sbf flash? (don't really want to have to do this one) I don't want to jump the gun with my choice and then have the phone freeze with no one online to help out. I think I covered everything above, but my brain is getting fried! Thanks so much for any help that can be provided! And if you live anywhere near Tacoma, WA I'd be happy to buy you a beer for the solution!