My first question is, should I hard reset and start from scratch, or just fix what I already got. I got my phone on launch day, so it has a full years worth of crap on it. Its not noticeably slow, but then again maybe I am just used to it. I'm sure I have a lot of unused apps, which i could just uninstall. But every time I go to do that, I keep telling myself, maybe I will use/need that app sometime soon, but I rarely do. But I also get told I am low on disk space all the time. I do my best to clean up unused apps when this happens, but I seem to download stuff more then I uninstall. But at the same time I don't think I have that many apps on my phone. Okay thats that not true I guess. Just did a quick count and I have over 200 aps, lol I guess I'm wondering how hard it is to do? Not the physical act of resetting the phone, but rebuilding it with the apps I do want. I'm sure plenty of you have done this before. Is it usually worth it in the long run? I know I am sure to forget some apps that I do use occasionally, but not often enough to realize its not there until i really need it, but thats not so bad. I have been talking to a fellow Evo owner who uses different ROM's and I am wondering how useful they are. I really don't know much about any of them, what they add or what they do. Also do you need to root the phone to use them and does that void sprint insurance coverage?