I just installed Swapper 2 on my Droid today. I am quite simply blown away with the performance increase on my Droid. It feels like I have a new phone. I've been running with CyanogenMod 6 and a P3Droid 1GHz low voltage kernel (1GHz max, 250MHz min). The phone ran well, but I ran into a problem with the Droid's minuscule 256MB RAM. I have started listening to a lot of podcasts with the NPR app and Google Listen while using the browser with a few windows open. The NPR and Google Listen apps would be annoyingly terminated by Android as the browser started sucking up too much RAM. I got compcache working which prevented the podcast apps from closing. This was nice, but the phone would gradually become so laggy that it would be unusable and I've been rebooting the phone once or twice a day to speed it up. I gave up on compcache today and decided to try using swap. I repartitioned my SD card with a 32MB swap partition and installed the Swapper 2 app. Swapper 2 is set to start on boot and use the partition rather than using a swap file. I've been playing with this configuration for hours and I am amazed at the performance of the phone now. There's almost no lag anywhere and starting up and switching between big apps is extremely quick. I haven't needed to reboot once. The only concern I have is a premature wearing out of the SD card. I'm using the 16GB card that came with the Droid. I believe it's a class 2 SD card and I wonder if I'll get even better performance with a class 6?