Before you start planning on rooting your new Droid X you should read this. Someone going by the name 'p3droid' commenting on the My Droid World forums has written a detailed piece saying that rooting (jailbreaking) the Droid X may be extremely difficult. Motorola has reportedly included an eFuse chip in the Droid. The chip is designed to verify that several pieces of the Droid X software including the device firmware, software kernel and bootloader version are intact before starting up the device. If the eFuse chip doesn't find the right information: BOOM! Enjoy your new 5.4-ounce paperweight, because you won't be able to do much else with it. Droid X: A Complete Launch Day Guide - PCWorld dont shoot the messenger.