My work uses the enterprise software from Good. Good Technology For the uninitiated, Good brings Blackberry functionality to devices from Windows, Android, supposedly even iPhone. IT professionals end up insisting on it because it brings full security, OTA push, and the ability to "kill" a device remotely. It costs a fee through a Verizon feature code. For that reason, I'm fearful of rooting. I feel like I need to remain "official" to maintain full support from my work IT support and from Good. Because if something ever goes wrong, I give it to them and say "fix this." For that reason, it seems rooting is not for me. Does anyone have any thoughts on whether a fundamental piece of software like Good would run on a Bugless Beast device? (By the way, Good works very well -- highly recommended for those of you trying to make a Droid work with your work Outlook).