So, this one will be a good one for the experts on here to determine what I did. Enjoy - I'll try to give as many details as possible. In all of my restoring/flashing back and forth from Apex to Darkslide to Liberty to Apex to Liberty (yes, in that order), I lost the ability to send MMS. No big deal, just perform a factory reset through bootstrapper and restore my original copy of Liberty 1.5. Once installed, I set up my calendar and clock widgets, then set up my 3 screens via LauncherPro. No problems. Got into Liberty Toolbox, input my overclock/undervolt settings, installed the blur apps that I like (camera, gallery), disabled the boot animation, and then I changed the battery icons. It asked me if I wanted to reboot and I said no. I changed something else (can't remember what), it asked me if I wanted to reboot, and I said no. After a couple of other changes, I finally rebooted, and the fun began. My background changed from a picture I had previously installed to the stock Liberty background. Ok, no big deal. Then, about a minute after coming up, the phone locked up hard. No response to touchscreen or any buttons. The phone rebooted and proceeded to do the same thing - it locked up in under a minute. So, thinking maybe I needed to undo my OC/UV settings, I used my minute's time to uncheck the box. That didn't fix it. I uninstalled DroidTV, which was force closing, and that didn't fix it. I did notice that Droid X bootstrapper was receiving SU permissions every time I rebooted, which isn't something I've noticed before... In the next few forced reboots, I was able to hastily open Spare Parts and Watchtower, but didn't see anything out of the ordinary. So, I have no clue what was causing the forced reboot in under a minute. I did finally get Bootstrapper to reboot me into recovery and I flashed Liberty 1.5 again. Currently, no forced reboots, and the only things I've changed from above is that I have not disabled the boot animation, and I rebooted every time the Liberty Toolbox asked me to. Could that really be it?