Hello Everyone, I hijacked another thread with some questions but I had a few more so I thought I'd make my own post. I read the sticky posts and a few root guides that did not fully answer my questions. The Desire is my first Android phone and I'm quite satisfied with it aside from the abysmal amount of internal memory. As such I believe I'm going to root my phone this weekend and just have a few questions before I do. I am a little confused with the A2SD functionality. I thought A2SD was an added function of Froyo but I've read several posts where it was implied that A2SD can be achieved through rooting alone, without updating to Froyo. Is this true? Is it still worthwhile to update to Froyo at this point in time or would I be better off waiting for the official OTA update? My phone is Telus branded and I do not want to void the warranty if it can be avoided. Telus has a reputation for being notoriously slow. I'm a bit overwhelmed with all the custom ROMs available, as I haven't been in the Android community for long. If it is recommended to update to Froyo, should I stick to stock or are the custom ROMs much better at this point in time? Which one is currently the best. I am currently using Launcher Pro, as opposed to HTC Sense as I did not like the look of the HTC Sense dock at all. However, I do use a few of the HTC apps such as the mail and calendar app (along with pure grid widget and Calwidget) Also almost completely unrelated but I'm using a 5 year old sim card and wondering if an update would improve my network performance at all. I don't seem to have trouble connecting to HSPA but rarely see it flick to 3g. Thanks for your help!