I know there are plenty of Apps that can do this for you, but I enjoy putting my own content on the phones without having to go through a 3rd party, no offense to those Flickie devs But I use to use this method for my iPhone 3G and it's even easier to accomplish on your DX. The only requirement is you must have photo editing software to do this effectively. Something like Photoshop or GIMP (which is a free alternative). Both PS and GIMP work in a very similar way, so the steps should be the same, but I'll be talking from a PS perspective. 1. Open PS and start a new image with the dimensions 960x854 and a color mode of RGB 8-bit. 2. Save these settings as a preset called "Droid X Wallpaper" or simply save the PSD file as "template.psd" and load that up everytime. 3. Search the vast ocean of images on the internet or use your own and place it in the template we've just created. Resize the image so it fits the entire template, but do try to maintain the dimensions. The last thing you want is a squashed picture as your background on such a beautiful device! 4. Now click save-as and save your new wallpaper as a .png file somewhere. I find png's offer the best clarity and look really crisp on the DX as opposed to JPEGs. But this also is very dependent on the original image and how much degredation was suffered during the resizing! 5. Plug your DX into your computer and switch it to the USB mode so you can access the SD card. On the main directory create a new folder and call this "Wallpapers". Place all your created wallpapers here. 6. Eject the SD card go into your DX. In your Gallery app, you now should see your newly created Wallpapers folder unter the title...well, folders! 7. Open the folder in Gallery, find the picture you want as your wallpaper, long press the picture until a menu pops up and choose "set as" and then select wallpaper. Resize the box so it fits the ENTIRE picture and save. 8. Enjoy the fruits of your labor and drink plenty of Tang. --------------------------------------------------------- The Super-Easy MS Paint method: 1. Open MS Paint, resize canvas to 960x854 pixels 2. Copy paste image into canvas, resize copied image to fit inside canvas while maintaining aspect ratio 3. Save as png and upload to phone as previously described. 4. Drink more tang.