So I decided to start tinkering around with the Cappy and figured, what the hell, might as well flash the ROM. Not ready to flash Froyo yet (seems pretty unstable with no true benefits for me yet) so I flashed the European I9000 ROM. All I can say is wow! The phone feels snappy and acts responsive to everything I have thrown at it...running multiple apps without ATK, live wallpapers, etc. This is how are phones should be coming out of the box. My quadrant score is mid 900s, that will see huge improvement once the EXT partition loading is sorted. I won't go over all of the changes between the AT&T version that ships with the phone and the I9000 rom I just loaded, but here are a few things I love with this new ROM: No AT&T bloatware at all. AccuWeather Clock Widget (stylish pocket-watch looking clock with weather in side of it Built-in Task Manager (there is a task manager built in to the UI, with a widget available. Also holding home to get to the most recent applications has a button to get to the task manager as well) The notification pull down has an option to toggle GPS instead of Silent. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Vibration are still the other three options One downfall so far is that the haptic feedback when using the buttons (Home, Menu, etc) is not nearly as strong as before. I will probably get used to this, but sometimes I find myself wondering if a button press 'registered' since i don't feel any feedback. Here's a screenshot below, which shows off the AccuWeather Clock Widget and the Task Manager widget (which shows how many apps are running).