Ok, I have what I think may be a unique dilemma... I am a casual Droid owner and haven't felt a real need to root. I'm happy with the speed, and don't have any desire to customize the phone. Average use for me is phone, txt, email, maps/navigation, web browsing, and gmote. Yesterday I decided to try the Easy Root app. It said my phone was now rooted. I regretted it immediately, because I don't want to get in over my head in the event that I have a problem and have to take it back to the store. I did not instal any 2.2 roms. Today I downloaded the 2.2 update from the google servers and applied it to my phone. I thought this would solve my problems, but the Superuser Permissions icon is still in my apps. I would like this to be gone completely, but I'm not sure what the next step is. Basically, I want to start over completely now. If I hadn't applied the 2.2 update, I would have followed instructions to take it back to 2.0.1, then updated to 2.1, then installed 2.2, but I'm not sure that's possible now. I downloaded a 2.0.1 update.zip, put it on my sd card (after getting rid of the 2.2 update.zip) tried to apply it, and got an error. Also, I have a mac, not a pc. Thanks!