I was jailbroken before and I wasn't even going to update to this latest one, but from some reason my iphone stopped working properly as a phone. Who knows, anyhow so I updated it in itunes, and it kept everything, but it just wasn't jailbroken anymore. I re-jailbroke it with Quickpwn and that worked fine, but my concern is now, how to I clear out the old space used by the previous jailbreak? It appears my old Themes directory is still there and my old apps are still there under /var/stash in a separate directory, but they don't appear on the phone, I'm guessing because the new jailbreak doesn't recognize the old. Long story short, is there a way to free up the old jailbreak space just by SSH without screwing things up? I don't want to have to do a complete restore if I don't really have to. Can I just delete the duplicate Applications, Themes, Include, Wallpaper, Libexec, Ringtones, and Share directories in /PRIVATE/VAR/STASH? Are there other files I need to delete? dTunes still sees my old music, thats not a problem. And yes, I did so some searching, if this has been answered previously, please point me to the appropriate thread. Thanks!