I realize I may be a little slow to be joining the whole Fascinate Froyo Fiesta, but I was anxiously sitting on the sidelines, waiting for all of you to try it out and report back about your experience. I thought I'd share with those of you out there who have yet to make the switch from DJ05 or DL09 because you may be wondering, like I was for the past few weeks, whether the switch to Froyo would be an upgrade or downgrade. I finally took the plunge a couple of days ago and, I have to say, I'm pleasantly surprised thus far. Though I may just be a newbie and it is possible that no one will ever even read this post or care what I have to say, I'm gonna share with y'all just the same about my experience: 1) Speed: I loved my Voodoo5 on DJ05 and I was worried that the EB01 Superclean 2.4 wouldn't be as fast - especially because I had heard that the devs didn't have the source code, or whatever, for the EB01 kernels - however, that being said, Superclean 2.4 is quite snappy. I feel like there is a slight - very slight- bit more lag sometimes than the Voodoo5, but it is still pretty sweet. 2) Battery: I installed Jt's 1/24 kernel a few weeks ago on DJ05 and started getting 36 hours or so per charge. I loved it and was concerned that EB01 wouldn't be as good. Well, I was right, but it isn't bad. I'm able to make it through the day with moderate use, but I end up charging every night. No real complaints here, but an undervolted kernel will be nice when we get it. 3) GPS: As we all know, GPS has been an issue with the Fascinate. The DJ05 modem and the comparable DL09 modem worked, but took quite awhile to establish a lock at times. I installed the EB01 and, up until today, was unable to even get a lock. Then I googled the problem out, (as I do with so many of my problems in life!) and discovered that people had had similar issues, but solved the problem by enabling Verizon Location Services AND Google Location Services together with the standalone. I tried out the recommendations and it worked! For the first time, I am able to get a consistent, quick, GPS lock with my fascinate. It takes about 20 seconds while I am in my home, and about 5 to 10 seconds outside using the GPS Status app. Very nice. 4) Internet and YouTube: The internet seems to be browsing faster and it's cool to have flash. YouTube on Android 2.1 seemed to load up really slow and the videos took awhile to play. Now, it seems to be working more smoothly and I don't have to wait as long to watch a video clip. 5) Other: The Google calendar bug is fixed in this version of the software so now, when you add a new event to the calendar, you don't have to change it from My Calendar to the Google calendar. Before, if I didn't do this, it would only save the event to my phone and not to my actual Google Calendar in the cloud. This was strictly a Android 2.1 issue, as is my understanding, but I thought it be worth mentioning nonetheless. Anyway, those are some of my thoughts, impressions and insights, for whatever they are worth. I've always been the noob asking tons of questions, so I thought I'd try to give back after being a taker for so long. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask, though I will most likely be unable to answer them! I learned everything I know from just reading through the posts to figure out how to do this stuff with no real knowledge or understanding of what kernels or roms were in the beginning, before my Android "root" days a couple months ago (my wife still thinks I'm a total nerd for being into this sort of thing). Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this forum and helped people like me who are less than tech savvy.