Ok, so i bought my droid x off Craigslist that had the original leaked 2.2 on it. I SBF'ed back to "the_gift" or hopefully the official 2.1 and got the 2.2 OTA. Previously on 2.1 i had done the 1 click universal androot ONLY to rename bloatware to "bak." Now i want to do the same and i realize i can use the D2 method or xda-developers - View Single Post - Easier 1-2-3 Droid 2 Root for Windows and Linux (and soon Mac) which is almost a 1 click root with some SDK download or something. My question is, since the newly signed bootloader is locked and there is no true 2.2 SBF, is the only risk of rooting the 2.2 OTA that if the official 2.2 SBF isn't obtained before 3.0 comes out then all the people rooting their 2.2 OTA will NOT GET 3.0??? Because with my 2.1 root i literally clicked a button and ROOT and then i clicked the same button and STOCK. But if i do this 2.2 root method there is currently no way to get back to STOCK OTA (no ninja super user permission) and so i would not be able to get 3.0. Obviously, 3.0 won't come out until probably late December at the EARLIEST and who knows if Droid X will get it (even though it likely should considering it's in the top 2 or 3 android phones hardware wise currently). So i could root now and have the most updated Droid X WITH the stupid bloatware gone for a good 3 months or so. But i'll be honest, i don't even know if that's worth it since 3.0 sounds so awesome. So can anyone answer my one question for me please? If i root my 2.2 OTA is there the possibility i might never get back to STOCK 2.2 and hence may never get another official Motorola update? And that doesn't even take into consideration if Moto decides to send out some small patch with a few fixes in the meantime. That would suck not to get that. Thanks!