First, I hate having to start a new thread, but at the same time don't want to hijack someone else's thread for this issue. In short, given the details below, should I wipe back to unrooted stock, then start over again? Some details: First, started at stock 1.0.1 out of the box, could not get the B&N sideload to update, then rooted and upgraded via NookColor_v1.1.0_r2.zip (verified mdsum). Second, I'm completely unable to use any alternate keyboard since I cannot access Settings > Keyboard. It will immediately shut down and send me back to LauncherPro home screen. Third, clockwork recovery has been a little quirky with me, sometimes freezing up and forcing me to hold the power button until shut down and then power/home to get back to recovery. I'd really like to be able to switch between SwiftKey and possibly Thumbs, but like I said, Settings > Keyboard is inaccessible. And with Clockwork recovery being finicky, I'm wondering if something system-wise is corrupted, where I might benefit from a fresh, clean start. For example, did the failed B&N sideload upgrade screw something up? So, unless I hear some alternate suggestion(s), I guess I will go with "(HOW TO) Uninstall Clockwork Recovery and revert to a stock image" and then work my way back to rooted 1.1.0 again. I'm not sure if there are any advantages over using Autonooter 3.0 vs. NookColor_v1.1.0_r2.zip if I end up going this route? Suggestions? Flames? Recipes...nah. Although I am fairly new to the NC, I've been into Android rooting over a year.