Nandroid? ROM Manager? Titanium Backup? Other? I need some clarification on backups as there seems to be several options out there. This is assuming you are rooted with a custom ROM and Recovery installed. I ask because I have installed numerous ROMs, Software versions, and Radio's etc etc, and I never seem to be able to get my phone back to how it was without manually installing each app, all the settings, software and radios, etc. Which one of these (or others) is best to use if you want to quickly get your phone back to the way it was before you made a change? Which one is most complete and/or thorough? Do they backup things like Radio, Wimax, and Software versions? Example, say I install a ROM like Fresh 1.0.1 and set up my phone the way I want. Then decide to update the Kernel, Radio or Wimax. And for whatever reason I want to install back to the Fresh 1.0.1 ROM before I made any changes. What would be the best option? Currently I have the phone setup how I want it. But like most of you I still want to mess around with it, especially with a lot of the Froyo stuff becoming available. Id like to back it up the right way this time and be able to quickly and easily restore it if needed.