Took my Bionic back to the Verizon store several times due to dropping data. The only way I could get it to re-acquire data was to power off and back on. Toggling airplane mode off and on and other possible solutions didn't work. After not finding any solution the Verizon Tech rep finally told me I should root my phone. That was a real suprise to me! I really haven't given much thought to rooting before so I only began looking at "how to" pages the past couple of days. One question is should I wait for the OTA .904 download or go ahead and root on .902? I have been looking at the following instructions that includes safestrap: [GUIDE][N00B] Step-By-Step UPDATE/ROOT/SAFESTRAP/ROM/RESTORE Instructions for Droid Bionic (4/14/12) - DROID BIONIC - droidHIVE Forums Safestrap sounds very good and I see a lot of are people using it. For those who use or used safestrap would you consider it a good program for a person who is a noob to rooting to use? I have been researching but there is a great deal of info out there and with the ever-changing software and downloads some of it gets dated very quickly. Thanks for any assistance!