Before I bought my droid I did research on which home replacement to get. So as soon as I had my hands on one I immediately bought GDE. I've liked it, and as long as I kept my screen count under 4, it would run smoothly without FC, and the cube ran amazingly smooth. But I saw someone mention that Home+++ allows for animated widgets, and since seeing demos of the HD2's weather widget, I've wanted them. So I downloaded it. After trying it just now, I've noticed that its very, very smooth. The bookmarks drawer can be a little laggy the first time you use it, but repeated tries make it fast again. Otherwise, the desktops and drawers open quickly, and I find I can scroll through my drawer faster than with default/GDE. But the bigger draw for me is the UI. No themes, but with the power bar on bottom (allowing calls, built in task killer, bookmark bar, etc) it has all I need. The GREAT thing about the UI is the hiding of the notification bar. If anyone uses the high-res droid wallpapers (from the thread here or googling 'droid wallpaper' and checking image results for ones with proper resolution), without the notification bar they all look FANTASTIC. Now I miss the little text preview I used to see, but before, no matter how much I messed with the look of my phone I couldn't get it quite right, and only a few wallpapers 'worked' because of the big white bar up top. Now they all do, and it looks great. Smooth, great looks, and if someone develops an animated beautiful widgets I will Force everyone on this forum to download it. The only things I think it could use is a little optimization with the bookmarks/drawers, and possibly a widget or some minor replacement for the notification bar. (You can make the notification bar visible temporarily when you hear the notification/see the light on droid, or make it permanently there, but tbh it looks WAY too good without it for me to try). Any other experiences with it (with the latest versions)?