According to this converstaion the user had with Moto tech support, the latest leak is legit (from Moto), though it may not be Final GB version: Check it out here (post #74): https://supportforums.motorola.com/thread/47597?start=60&tstart=0 or here (I made it a little easier to read, and bolded the important part): ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AJabonete: Hi, my name is AJabonete. How may I help you? Matt Freeman: My Droid X updated a week or so ago to the new version of android 2.3 over the air. I would like to revert it back to the android 2.2.1 version. How do I do this? AJabonete: I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. But you have to send it back for an evaluation and repair. Matt Freeman: why do I have to send it back? Matt Freeman: Couldn't you walk me through the process? AJabonete: Yes, you have to send it back for our Repair team to re-flash it the software. There is no option or settings on the ph for it. Only our Repair team will be able to do that. Sorry. Communication with the RightNow Chat service has been lost. Please wait while attempts are made to restore the connection. Disconnection in 240 seconds. Connection resumed. AJabonete: I could schedule your phone for repair, or since you provided your email address, I can send you the instructions to schedule your phone for repair at your own convenience. This will also allow you to track your phone's repair status. Matt Freeman: does this cost money? how long would this take? AJabonete: Sending the phone back for repair will be in your own expense to mail it back. But, sending it back to you will be be covered by us. The timeframe for repair is 5 to 7 business days from the time we receive the phone. Matt Freeman: does the reflashing cost me anything? AJabonete: No, I would like to inform you that most Motorola phones have a standard one year warranty starting from the date of purchase barring physical and liquid damage. Matt Freeman: can you confirm if the android update I received is legitimate? AJabonete: Yes it is Matt. Matt Freeman: how can i report issues about my experience with it? AJabonete: You can go to our Android Support Forums on line as well. Here is the link: https://supportforums.motorola.com/index.jspa Matt Freeman: great AJabonete: So, would you like me to send the email instructions then? Matt Freeman: yes AJabonete: Just check your email inbox with in 30 mins. If you can not see the message in there, try looking for it on your spam bulk or junk mail. AJabonete: Would there be anything else? Matt Freeman: no AJabonete: If you need any more information get in touch. Thanks from Motorola, bye! AJabonete has disconnected.