Joneidy's SENSE rom, r.O.C.K. @748 MHz, SetCPU set to performance governor, no task killer, no memory clear or apps killed. 3rd test out of 5 (4 on performance, last test on 'on demand'). So when I first ran quadrant, I was on stock rom, stock kernel. I got 377. It was good for a laugh to share with my friends who have evos and droid x2s and such. After overclocking to 748 and even running Joneidy's sense rom, I got a boost ranging from (best of memory) ~489 to 563. Pretty good jump, right? So then last night, I found and tried the UOT kitchen and made a theme just for fun. I wasn't expecting any performance gains from it--I see it as equivalent to the steering wheel covers/seat covers/bumper stickers you'd get for your car, except this will actually look cool. Pleased with my theme, I was also insanely tired and so I went to sleep. I woke up this morning, and with somewhere to go, I thought I'd try to pair bluetooth again expecting it to fail due to previous results, except it worked this time (see my excited post at the end of Joneidy's Sense rom thread). Now just a bit ago, thinking I would post my 563 score and stop the story there, I decided to set the CPU governor on performance and run another Quadrant. Suddenly, and this is without killing extra background tasks, I got 911. from the 500's up to 911?!?!? WOW!!! All I did was put on a theme! The software equivalent of stickers!!!! lol. I ran a few more. So today, in this order, I got 911, 966, 1002, and 923 on a performance governor, and I got 876 on an 'on demand' governor. One Thousand and Two. I no longer feel like my phone is a red-headed stepchild of the android world lol. Anyone care to trump me? I know that these Quadrant scores should be taken with a grain of salt at times, but I wanna see what you guys running faster clock speeds than me can score. I'm at 748 MHz, and that was running a performance governor in SetCPU. I did not kill any extra processes (I don't run a task killer), and I even had a screenshot app running in the background so I could "shake" a screenshot out of it to get the above.