Here I have this wonderful little phone that i've rooted and removed all of the bloatware that LG\Verizon provided. Thanks to the good people here, i've learned to move apps around between the /data and /system folders so that I can max out my storage space to install any apps I may want. The thing purrs like a kitten performance wise with no real lag to speak of. I boot up with 82mb of memory free so I have plenty of memory for running apps. I have 124mb of internal memory available for installing apps because I moved a ton of the apps I downloaded to the /system folder since I opened up so much space by removing the LG\Verizon bloatware. By all accounts I get great battery life compared to most people based on what I read on these forums. And what do I want to do? I want to mess with the darn thing constantly instead of being satisfied with what I got. I keep trying different ROMS, different launchers, different browsers, different themes, etc. and in the end I get the best overall performance using my rooted, custom V8 ROM with the bloatware removed and apps moved around. And you know what, I couldn't be happier that i'm never satisfied. Playing around with this little phone is just plain old fashion fun. Takes me back to when I was younger and home computers were just starting to gain momentum and I used to do the same thing with PC's. Thankfully, I haven't broken this one yet because I sure did break a lot of PC's back then learning how they worked internally, learning DOS, Windows 3.1, etc. I remember my first memory upgrade was an 8mb upgrade that cost $400 back then which is comical for how much you pay for memory these days and how much you get. I remember playing Earl Weaver Baseball off of the old 5 1/4" floppy disks and thought it was amazing. Now I can play full 3D games on a little phone. How long have I been fooling with this stuff? No real purpose to this thread. Just kind of had a revelation about how much i'm enjoying my phone and how much of an old techie nerd I really am.