As you can see to the left, I own a Droid Incredible (mods, please don't move this to the Incredible forums, as this will become a general inquiry). My problem is that sooner or later, if not already, HTC/Verizon will stop updating this phone. My best is that 2.2 is the end of the line for this phone (2.2+New Sense is my guess). I want to be able to continue using new versions of Android. I've tried two recent "Sense-less" ROMS, one of which being Cyanogen Mod. I like the idea of Cyanogen as it's a ROM that is ported to many phones, is generally up to date, has many great features, and more importantly, is very stable (unless you deal with experimental/nightly builds). However, I'm addicted to a few parts of Sense that I'm hoping you guys could help me find viable alternatives to (paid is ok, but if you have a paid suggestion, please also recommend a free alternative if one exists). Mail Widget - The differences between the HTC Mail and the Mail program I used on Cyanogen wasn't enough for me to care. However, the mail widget on Sense is outstanding. I can use it to take up a full panel and display my emails in a list. This one isn't a deal-breaker, but if there's a comparable alternative, I'd like to know. Calendar Widget - The one on Cyanogen is horrible compared to the one on Sense. Anyone know of anything similar? This one is a big deal to me. Clock/Weather - The Sense clock/weather widget is pretty much famous. You can't think of Sense without thinking of it. The weather animations that accompany it are a nice touch as well. Know of anything similar? I can live without this (on Cyanogen, I just used the default weather widget, and settled for the clock being on the top bar). Also, my current phone gives me the option to set "Always-On Mobile Data Connection" to off, which saves a TON of battery life without affecting any of the apps I use (I don't get enough mail via Gmail to care if it affects push notification). Cyanogen either doesn't have this option, or has it buried somewhere that I overlooked it. Can anyone point this out if it's there?