I rooted my Ally using the FroYo guide for 2.2, the thread on here. (Let me know this was done right, lol) At the end of it, it asked if I wanted stock 2.2 or Velocity and I chose Velocity. It's on Velocity 1.0 as of right now. I like the sleek design a lot, I'm really happy with the outcome. I was just wondering what to do now. I downloaded ROM Manager, and did the Clockwork Recovery (This was all in a thread) then the nandroid backup while in recovery mode. I always used GOSMS for my messaging app, so I downloaded that. I also always used the calendar widget, but I didn't see it. So I found a Go Calendar, and downloaded that, but it said I needed to download Go Launcher Ex. So I did, and as soon as I tried to open the Go Launcher App, it made me download Home Manager, and then pretty much without hitting any buttons, it applied a different theme. I don't really mind it, but it wasn't reallyyy what I had in mind. I was hoping some people could give me some suggestions as to whether or not I should keep Go Launcher, anything else I should do to it or download. I also was browsing, and landed on the website for the Velocity dev I believe? It had a side panel where you could find themes, ROMS, etc..At one point it said to apply something new I'd need BusyBox and MetaMorph, so I downloaded those as well. Also, the new buttons that popped up after I rooted it (Space Parts, OI Manager, DSP Manager, Superuser, Terminal Emulator and Wired/Wireless Tether) - what should I do with those, what shouldn't I touch, what's useful to me? I'm sorry, I know this is a lot, but I'm really interested in this and would love to learn more. But since this is my first time rooting, I don't wanna mess anything up! I just want to be able to customize a lot and speed it up a bit (but speed is not THAT big of a deal for me). I basically use the phone for texting, taking pictures when I don't have any of my big cameras, facebook, and like checking bank accounts. I know I'm asking for a lot of info, but anything would be appreciated! Thank you, in advance!