First of all I would just like to say "HI!" and say that I have been reading the forum a lot lately for info on my new Droid, but have run into a bit of a problem. The problem is that I rooted my phone earlier tonight and did some simple things like overclocking and installed root explorer and all that good stuff. I was reading the forum on what people did now that they rooted their phones and thought that changing the font of the clock would be cool. So I copied the font to my computer and supplanted the one I wanted on my SD card. The problem is that I accidentally deleted the original font thinking that I was just going to paste the new font in the directory with the same name. Needless to say the paste function did not work because I did not simply rename the existing font to just disable it instead of deleting it. After paste wouldn't work, I tried restarting my device and found that it entered an "infinite loop" of restarts. The only thing that I was able to do was to do a wipe of the phone to factory settings, but the font still doesn't appear to be there because the clock font on the lock screen is different, however with this method I am able to actually keep the phone on. I tried re-rooting it, and even tried getting the actual non-root 2.0.1 version of the firmware and manually doing that, but all of these things result in the infinite loop problem. I also note that the "SuperUser Permissions" app is still installed and that the phone must be rooted in order to remove that. I only want to make things normal again, re-root it, and be more careful next time I do any mods (I'm usually very good with things like this, I swear!) to the phone. Any suggestions? Thanks everyone for your help in advance! I hope to be as helpful once I get back up and running as you all have been to me so far!