I may be mistaken, but Froyo was available to Captivate users in the leaked JI6 firmware, yes? Well I'm wondering what your Quadrant scores are, running Froyo JI6, on an otherwise stock Captivate, meaning no lagfix. So here is why I'm asking, I read somewhere, can't remember the link, that Froyo is having some issues with the Hummingbird. Basically it offers no speed-boost at all to the Captivate...Froyo was expected to dramatically improve CPU scored on Quadrant. This video also has me worried, this guy in the video ran quadrant and got a score of 975...I already get 925 on my vibrant stock, running 2.1. Froyo is suppose to give us scores like 1800 without lagfix, NOT 975! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toMEdPKlDnc Is it true Froyo is not bumping up the CPU performance in the hummingbird cpu? Quadrant scores were suppose to almost double, but it seems like Froyo may have a compatibility issue with Hummingbird. Anyone know details about this? Also, please try to understand my intention. I want to know if Froyo is delivering the CPU score boost that the others processors are seeing. I realize Quadrant scores can be boosted by LagFix, but again, I'm isolating the I/O lag issue from the CPU score. This is probably best if you run Quadrant pro...it breaks down the individual scores. Again, I'm saying it more than once, because someone is going to tell me to run lagfix to improve my score. Lagfix doesn't have anytihng to do with cpu performance, thats I/O...I'm trying to narrow down the reason behind why hummingbird is NOT getting a boost from Froyo. I was also reading a site, cant remember which, they showed the Hummingbird running on Froyo, and the quadrant scores were HORRIBLE, virtually no speed boost. We may have the fastest 2.1 processor, but if the hardware is not fully compatible with 2.2's full potential, then it means we have the slowest processor amongst 2.2 phones Thank you for your insights. Maybe you guys can please post your Quadrant score, running froyo on your stock captivate, meaning no lagfix, no overclock...etc. thanks! edit: another video this guy is running quadrant professional, look at the horrible blue cpu score. the only thing boosting the score so high is the I/O lag fix. But the cpu is doing sooo bad. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYGwptNyy4Y Edit: According to a Znet article "It's clear that FroYo's JIT compiler currently only delivers significant performance gains for Snapdragon CPUs with the Scorpion core. This in turn explains why, so far, only a beta version of Android 2.2 is available for the Cortex-A8-based Samsung Galaxy S — the JIT compiler is the outstanding feature of FroYo. For the widespread Cortex-A8 cores, used in many high-end Android smartphones, the JIT compiler needs to be optimised. A Cortex-A8 core will still be slower than a Scorpion core at the same clock speed, but the Scorpion's advantage may not be as much 260 percent." Hummingbird CPU is unable to utilize the benefits of the JIT Compiler, which is the main selling point of 2.2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAZYSVr2Bhc Hopefully this changes with an official release, however Samsung Galaxy Tablets are already running official Froyo 2.2, and their cpu scores are horrible also.