Ok guys, me and Pete have been working on this for a long, long time. We went through about 6 Droid's trying to get full control of the RAM module but we finally got it stabilized and ready for public release. Of course this is still a highly volatile hack that could potentially brick your Droid or fry the RAM module. Some pre requisites are, 1. Must be rooted of course. 2. Have the SDK on your computer and decent ADB knowledge. 3. A spare micro sd card (any size will do, and it is only required to apply the hack the first time). 4. The flash_image binary installed in /system/xbin. 5. The ability to read. OK, so the first thing you need to do is download the highly modified kernel, and yes it has all the usual goodies (OC'd to 1.2Ghz, WiFi tether, LV/MV, Proc Temp), the other file you need is the OMAP3430_RAMmod binary. You can get the kernel and binary over at (EDIT: Pete didn't post them yet but they are available in his FTP) Pete's sub forum at alldroid. After you get them you will need to put JUST THE KERNEL on that extra micro sd card I mentioned earlier. Next step is going to boot into recovery (sorry but only sprecovery will work since clockwork doesn't work the same with ADB) and be hooked up to your computer. Open up a ADB shell and *****OK this is VERY IMPORTANT! You must format system 3 times*****, the command is format SYSTEM: in case you didn't know. Now after that you need to flash the kernel using the flash_image command. When it is done type reboot recovery and wait for your Droid to boot back into recovery. Now you need to adb push the OMAP3430_RAMmod binary to /system/bin and your pretty much done. Keep that micro sd card in your Droid when you reboot, after your first reboot you can power down your Droid and swap it back to your original micro sd card. Don't worry if it takes 10 minutes to get past the Motorola M logo, and if it takes longer then just reboot and you should be fine. Enjoy your extra RAM friends. It makes a very noticeable difference, more then OC'ing in some cases especially using LWP's. They don;t lag at all or cause any hiccups in the rest of the OS. If all this feels to risky for you or is out of your comfort zone then you can wait a few more days for Pete to release his 2 new ROM's, Bugless Beast 1.0 and his new concoction Lord of the Droid Beta. Both will come with the 48MB RAM hack pre installed. 102ms Short bench has been reached by Pete, 108ms by me. 215ms Long bench by me. GREAT SCOTT, WE JUST HIT 1.21 GIGGAWATTS!!!! HAPPY APRIL FOOLS.