Alright, when I started using the Beast, it was at 0.7.5, and that's still what I'm at. I've seen that releases 0.7.6-0.7.9 have come out and that makes sense to me. But then all of a sudden, I see BBeast 1.0 and 1.1 come out and now there's apparently 2.1-based ones that are at like 0.4? I'm assuming there was like, a fork in Pete's development and now 1.1 is the latest in the 2.0.1 fork and 0.4 is the latest in the 2.1 fork? I don't know. That's how I see it. Should I be using 0.4 if I want the latest ROM? I always like using bleeding edge software, despite the bugs it may come with. Also, I've been hearing about people flashing BBeast with different kernels. As far as I see, this only seems to really affect wireless tether and OCing? I have no idea how to flash a new kernel either, it'd be cool if someone could point me in the right direction for that. Lately, BBeast's development has gotten so convoluted to me that I've considered switching to DroidMod. If anyone can clear this rather confusing situation up for me, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!