Ok, for anyone who will read this whole thing, i really appreciate it. For the info, i am an intermediate android user, i've had it for 3 years and slowly over time have learned more about it and loads of different things. So let me explain to you my problem with all my knowledge of android. I have a droid X with the stock android 2.3 update that was given to it a few months back. I have my phone rooted, but even under root i still stuck with the stock OS. Today I wanted to install a custom rom on it, looked around a bit, deciding what to use, and i decided on Cyanogenmod. I installed the latest Cyanogenmod Nightly build for the X on my SD card. That's where the trouble began, installed rom manager, Flashed Clockward, and went to install the rom. I told it to Wipe Data And Cache, and when it went to reboot into clockward mod, it just rebooted back into android, thought it was an error and rebooted quite a few times and tried doing it again, got the same issue. Realized i had to install bootstrap recovery. To avoid paying for the app I installed the apk for it online, installed Easy Installer on the market, and went into it and installed bootstrap. After that, went into clockward again and got the phone to go into it, it got all the way to the point where it was a success, but when it went to "open" the cyanogenmod file on the sd, i got "Can't Open /sdcard/cm_shadow_full-154.zip (bad)". Had to reboot phone, go through first time setup, installed rom manager, tried it again, got same thing, also tried by naming it "update" instead of the default name. So, that's where I am right now. What do I do?