Ok, so you've rooted your D1, and done all the fancy stuff you can think of. What's STILL your biggest limitation? LACK OF INTERNAL MEMORY! You've moved all the apps you can to the SD card, but the effect is minimal. You've still got a memory limit issue and it's driving you nuts, right? I found this neat app...it's not very glamorous but it is AWESOME. "Move2SD Enabler" lets you move many apps to SD that were NOT specifically programmed to be moved. It works perfectly on my rooted (but stock ROM) Droid 1. It's in the market. This is a new/recent app, that few are aware of. Advantages: Moves many apps not designed to be moved to SD, including Adobe Flash 10.1 and Skyfire... that alone will give you 20 Mb of internal storage back. You can easily move these apps between internal and SD memory using the usual "move to SD/Phone" button within settings/applications/manage. Disadvantages: Must be rooted (not a disadvantage . Still doesn't move all user apps, but does most. Can not move system apps (like Amazon MP3). Shouldn't be used to move widgets. Apps moved to SD don't show in regular utilities such as App2SD or SDmove, but they are there on your SD if you've moved them. Requires froyo (Android 2.2). Not sure if works with custom ROMs, but does work well with the stock rooted froyo ROM (with/without custom Kernel). I am running FRG01B 2.2. Enable the "external" button within this app upon download, and you'll see the "move to SD" button light up when picking your apps in settings/applications/manage, much to your delight! I think this app was originally designed to work with the N1, but I have no problems on my rooted Droid1.