I was seeing the same thing, but upon going into the memory settings, I had nothing selected (all options were unchecked). Don't know if it has a default setting, but I chose medium settings, and it's snappy again for me.
Not to be a d1ck, but if you don't like all the updates, couldn't you just wait until it moves out of beta? Now to be helpful - with all the memory settings available (now in the Advanced section of the preferences), I'm SURE you can mess around with those options to get it back up to the speed you're used to using.
Settings or not its no where near as fast as it was. And if you gotta say "not to be a d1ck", your being a d1ck and that's not helping anyone. I had a question and if you don't like it then no one is forcing you to reply
I second that. Fede even says on his website "Droids are not one size fits all". That's why the settings are there.
It's unrealistic to expect apps to always just install and be just the way you want them right off the bat.
One of the things we love about our Droids is their infinite customizing possibilities. One thing I have learned is that apps can affect how other apps respond, and everyone has their own combination of apps.
So fiddle with the settings before you give up.
Why does everyone complain about such an awesome developer? Wouldn't you like the updates to keep coming instead of wishing for no updates. This thing runs flawlessly on my droid. Be patient the developer is awesome and this is only going to get better.