Hi all. I'm thinking of flashing an alternate kernel that will give me better battery life and performance (a contradiction, I know, unless the one I've got now doesn't deliver either). I'd like to get something that will allow me to do away with all the power-saver and mem-saver add-ons that I believe shouldn't be necessary if they built the damn thing right in the first place. So I Googled for "miui recommended kernel evo 4g". Upon cursory inspection of the top hits, the two that seem to be most recommended are Mason G and Tiamat. The Mason G page mentions support for the following file systems: HAVS, KSM (I series), Ext2/3/4, NTFS, but it doesn't mention FAT32, which is what my main SD partition is formatted as. (I formatted my sd-ext partition as ext3 although the phone now says its ext4 - go figure.) OTOH, some people really seem to like Tiamat for the Wheatley CPU governor. So I guess my questions are: 1) Which kernel can I flash? 2) How can I find out whether my version of MIUI has hardware acceleration? 3) If I flash Mason G (or I, as appropriate), do I need to reformat my SD card to say, ext3 before flashing? Ever since I rooted my Android phone, each time I get some question answered I wind up with two or three more! Definitely not for the faint of heart, but I can't stop tinkering until it works the way I think it should have out of the box.