Well, after having successfully rooted my droid and installing AdamZ's Smoked Glass (I think it was 4.5), I decided to try and install Bugless Beast V0.5 from AllDroid... AllDroid - View topic - [ROM 2.1] Bugless Beast V0.5 (2/25/10) STABLE Of course, if you look at the directions for installing with Nandroid, they say to extract the file (in this case AdamZ's Smoked Glass from the optional theme) and then place the extracted folder (singular) into the nandroid folder on the droid...except there were two folders...neither one of which was named anything "ROM-esque" so I put them both in. I wasn't too worried because I had made a full backup with nandroid only a few hours earlier when I got Smoked Glass running and configured the way I liked it. Anyhoo, tried to recover with one of the folders...got an error message. Tried with the other, got another error message. Of course, I wiped data/factory resets and the cache per the instructions. So when nothing worked, I just restored with my backup that I had made earlier. Sweet...no problem. Except now it appears that most of my apps, many of which I paid for, are gone and all settings are wiped. And now, as I type this, I've just noticed that my phone decided to reboot on it's own. Is this normal? Will data and my previous apps repopulate? It was my understanding that a backup created with nandroid (and I checked all the ( )'s in the backup menu) would create essentially a carbon copy of the way things were before, except that I'd have to redo my home screens. Was I mistaken? The learning process sucks. I appreciate your help/patience.