Man, I really want to Root and ROM my freaking Xoom but I'm waiting till after the 4G/SD Card enabling update to do it cause, well, let's face it, I don't want to send it back in, just to get it sent back in the same, unmodified, condition because I have already Rooted and ROM'ed it. It's killing me because I know what it(Rooting and ROM'ing) can do for a device. For instance, I own an LG Ally, quite simply, the cheapest and most basic Android phone there is. After having an EnV2 for a little more than 2 years, the Ally was a free upgrade, and by free I mean they started tacking an additional $30 a month onto my bill. But it wasn't really what I expected from a "Smart Phone". In many ways the EnV2 was a better phone. No lag time between opening an app and it actually opening, and not having to wait forever for it to boot up. The music just played without having to navigate through an excruciatingly slow menu, etc...! I was about to give up on the whole "Android Smart Phone" idea until I found out about Rooting and custom ROM's. Then the whole game changed. I found myself with a much snappier, more reliable and, hell I'll say it, FAST phone! Since then I was hooked. When Motorola announced that they would be offering an Android based tablet I though "Hell yeah! I'm getting one on opening day", and did. So now here we are, a full month and another half into ownership, and, it's not that I'm not very impressed with the device, but I find myself wondering, "If attaining root access, flashing a custom recovery and installing a new ROM has done so much for a crappy phone like the Ally, I can only imagine how those procedures can transform a kick ass device like the Xoom". So I guess I started this thread just to, what I like to think of as "Story Bitch", but oh well. If you have a good story that culminates to a bitching rant, post it up here. Hey, I'll read it cause what the hell, it's not like I've got anything better to do while I wait for Google/Verizon/Motorola to figure out how and when they want to give me 4G and a working SD Card slot.