I was just curious what the cause of delay was for froyo on the Galaxy S phones was from. I am up for a new phone at the end of the month and I like what the SF brings to the table, but the 2+ month delay from Samsung to release a working froyo rom/kernel for these phones is a bit crazy in my view. I love the ability to root and customize without locked bootloaders so this is about the only option on verizon. Is this delay typical of samsung or is this just something with the galaxy s phones. The big question is... will samsung be more expedient with the release of Gingerbread or whatever is the next update? Part of rooting a phone is having the ability to jump to the latest version without having to wait for verizon to screw around with it and send it out to our phones. Any thoughts/opinions on the matter are greatly appreciated.