I waited a long time before I rooted. I read thread after thread and compiled as much information as I could and even then I waited because the rooting methods just seemed fraught with potential pitfalls and complications. Then along came unrEVOked3 and it all seemed so easy. No adb shell? No command line? No multiple file downloads and flashes? Sounded great, so I jumped. I've been happy ever since. I'm still glad I waited as long as I did because I was able to stand on the shoulders of others and avoid so many mistakes. Unfortunately, it seems like the success of unrevoked has allowed so many others to take the rooting leap with little or no understanding of what comes after. In my memory, the "All Things Root" section before unrevoked (BU) was filled with advanced issues and lots of android/linux geek speak. Now after unrevoked (AU) there seems to be many more people with basic, rudimentary issues. At least it appears that way to me. I'm glad to see that unrevoked opened the door for more people to enjoy this wonderful device in a new and deeper way. But I wonder if the downside is that more people are getting themselves in deep water before they have even learned how to swim. Please don't take this as a high-minded rant because I am far from an expert on Android or rooting. I'm just hate seeing folks struggling with their rooting experience when they could have avoided so much of it with just a little more due diligence at the front end. I'm also curious to see if more people opening up root access to their phone OS will lead to more Android viruses. Apparently it is the lack of easy root access that keeps linux related viruses to a minimum. Ok, I've been at work too long today... Sorry if I offended anyone.