This is now the third place I have posted this so I can try to get some responses. I know I could Google all this, but I would rather have it explained by some of you people who are very smart in this area! I have not rooted my phone (Original DROID) due to the fact that even with detailed instructions, I can't even get past the part where I download the correct drivers before I actually download the programs to unzip the files that back up my phone before I actually start rooting; I'm that dumb, I guess, but this isn't about that. I don't feel it's worth my time and trouble to learn how to do all of that, and I don't have the money to pay someone. Please don't say "OH, all you need to do is this, so easy, like 5 minutes" and send me some link, thanks but no thanks. Can someone please simplify what "highly hackable", "unlocked", and "unlocked bootloader" means? Does that apply ONLY to rooting? They say the original Droid is "highly hackable" or words to that effect. Can't any phone be rooted, as far as Android? They rooted the Bionic before it was even released! Why does all that matter? And, I guess the Prime is supposed to be "unlocked", or something like that? Does my Droid have a UI of some type? Besides power and control over phone users, why have things like HTC Sense, or MotoBlur? I guess I'm getting lost in the lingo. I am annoyed daily that I got my Droid June of 2010 so I can't upgrade (without paying full price) until April 2012, so I'm stuck for now. I have plenty of time to find something good. I used to be head over heels for the Bionic, but in person, it was just "OK, the best 4G phone, not amazing". I don't care about the display. As long as it's as high of quality as my Droid but bigger, I'm fine. Anyhow, what do I need to know as someone who hasn't rooted about what all those terms mean? Sorry if this is as simple as taking a breath to you guys/gals who are smart in this area. I'm a casual user. I love my Droid, but need/want a faster processor and bigger screen so I don't have to shut off so many apps to avoid lag.