I'm weighing the pro's & cons, and they're tipping in favor of 1.1.4. 1.1.4 (jailbroken) had: + Stability, speed. + AFP - iPhone would show up mounted in Finder on my iMac, wirelessly, as an accessible external drive. + Tethering - It was available, and worked (just don't be dumb and start downloading movies & torrents & whatnot on it) + Summerboard Themes - They worked. + Touchpad - Was nice and easy. 2.0 + You can save images in Safari + Has EccoNote, iProcrastinate, and Text Reader. These are very great, free, apps that the iPhone should probably have come with in the first place. - Crash. Lag. Crash. Lag. Lag. Crash. Lag. Lag. Lag. - No File Access - Could tether if you were lucky enough to snag the app during the hour before Apple nixed it. - Some of the same smaller apps that were available free before, are now available in appstore. ...but as pay apps. + Has games though, if you want to sit around playing games on a telephone. 2.0 (Jailbroken) - CrashLagCrashLagCrashLag... - Requires new versions to be written of all the old apps. Many won't be, and the few that will be will get to be crashy all over again. Yay! - Winterboard - Doesn't work at all for some, Wallpaper doesn't work for the rest. - Cytheria or whatever has a metric butt-tonne of unexplained, cryptically named apps that install and disappear into the mists. I may just install everything in Cyderia to play around with, before blowing this thing away and putting 1.1.4 back on it, to get disc access mode back. That was huge.