Hey everyone. I'm new to the forums. I couldn't find this questioned answered in any other posts, so I thought I'd post here. Sorry if it's a repeat. So I'm not an android customer yet, but hope to be around Christmas. I'm with T-Mobile right now and would rather not move to another carrier (especially if the rumored $50 "all you can eat" plan comes true). I also want a device that has a keyboard, admittedly mostly because I want to be able to play the nintendo roms which seem much, much easier with a physical keyboard. Anyway, so my choices are limited to either a G1 or the upcoming Cliq. I'd much rather have the Cliq as it looks a little nicer, is probably a little slimmer, and I believe has beefier hardware. BUT, I am not so much a fan of the Blur theme. I don't feel the need to have twitter and facebook all over my phone. I know that you can probably turn all that off, but I would still much rather just have stock android on the phone. I thought I read somewhere that Blur was put on top of version 1.1 (not sure if that's true), and I also would really like to be able to always have the latest build without having to wait additional time for it. For example, if Android 2.0 comes out with multi-touch, I don't want to have to wait for Motorola to update their product a couple months down the road or however long it takes. (I think that's how it works at least). Sorry for the long and rambling explanation...here's my question. Is it possible to obtain a stock android build and replace Blur on the Cliq? I don't know if this is something that can't be answered until the unit is out, but for example, is it something you could do with the Sense UI right now? I don't necessarily want a "rooted" phone and be able to download free apps and do whatever else people do with them. I just want it to act as though the phone came with plain vanilla android. And if it is possible, will it still act like regular android (for example, I don't know if this is the case, but do rooted phones not automatically get OTA updates and stuff)? Again, sorry for the long post. Thanks for any answers you can provide. I look forward to getting my android phone and joining in on the discussions more often here!