Note: Referring to battery life and not OC function. Loved the app for the G1, since it was capped and setcpu got it to run at max speed. Ditto for Droid, since it was also capped and the OMAP had plenty of ceiling for more speed. The Snapdragon is already designed to dynamically scale from 245mhz to 1ghz, so what good are the settings, if Snap is already detecting resource needs and adjusting clock accordingly? This function is built into the die and seems no need for software augmentation. I appreciate insight, since some of the posts I have been seeing may suggest something that Snap already was designed to do and is built into the hardware. BTW, all of the needed polling that must happen through software for profile conditions may offset any gain as well. Seems inefficient managing via software, when the chipset already dynamically manages- unless Snap does a poor job in the first place.