If you've been around any of the Android related forums that are out there on the Internet, you have undoubtedly seen someone referencing installing a custom ROM on their phone. If you're new to the world of Android, or not that well versed in the seeming dark ways of hacking, we've got some good news.
Over at Lifehacker.com, (one of our favorite blogs on the net) they've written up a great article on how to choose a ROM, what ROM's do for you, and some information on installing one. If you've ever been curous about this topic, it is absolutely worth a read.
Be aware though, although a decision that came from the Library of Congress today stated doing things such as jailbreaking (similar to installing custom ROM's) your phone is not illegal under the DMCA, you may still void your warranty by doing this. If you find value in installing a custom ROM and decide to undertake the process, you do so at your own risk. It is not a procedure that is without risk to your device.
Click here to read the full article from lifehacker.com.