Originally Posted by gwlaw99
You can root and install roms on phones with locked bootloaders. For example, the Droid X. What you can't do is install Roms with newer versions of the OS than have been officially released for that phone or install new kernals. The TB might not be locked, but rooting and roms have nothing to do with it.
He also installed new kernal with his TB, waiting on CM7, deleted all his bloatware, his bootloader is unlocked and he seems pretty excited about trying some of the stuff already being worked on, hopefully they will get a rom to improve the battery life as that is a deal killer with me as I just updated my droid eris to xtrsense 5.0 with new kernal, still love the sense experience, I would love to have the speed of 4g but otherwise I'm fine with overclocking for my wireless tethering...