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Recommend Stable & Fast ROM?

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Hi, been away for a while... so I'm still using a custom WM 6.1 ROM released sometime in May 2010 (forgot who cooked it). I'm now looking for a new ROM, any recommendations? My top criteria are stability and fast performance (no lagging). I have a few questions:

1) Should I stick to WM6.1, cause I heard WM6.5 can be laggy... but that was over a year ago. Has things changed? Which OS version and which build should I go for?

2) Is there anything that is not included in most cooked ROM releases due to "copyright" issues? I know Swype is not there... anything else (e.g. 3D drivers, etc...)?

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Hi, been away for a while... so I'm still using a custom WM 6.1 ROM released sometime in May 2010 (forgot who cooked it). I'm now looking for a new ROM, any recommendations? My top criteria are stability and fast performance (no lagging). I have a few questions:

1) Should I stick to WM6.1, cause I heard WM6.5 can be laggy... but that was over a year ago. Has things changed? Which OS version and which build should I go for?

2) Is there anything that is not included in most cooked ROM releases due to "copyright" issues? I know Swype is not there... anything else (e.g. 3D drivers, etc...)?

I am also looking for a perfect rom =P

Just try a rom out and see for yourself just like I did.

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I use Rapid JI1 6.5.3 (without Sense) + JJ1 Phone + JI1 CSC + JH2 eboot.

I don't use Samsung Today / Sense / whatever because they were all too slow for me, so I started using WP7-styled "Host" from xda.

Everything works very smooth, especially compared to the stock 6.5 ROM and it's quite stable.

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