Primish? Nvflash prime based image.
Took the deodexed apks and bits and pieces of Prime and put it in an ext4 nvflashable system.img. It has Music, Maps, and a couple other apps that are downloadable via Market REMOVED.. This way, they are updatable.. It annoys me to have system app be "automatically updated" (installed again on data partition). This includes aria2c, unrar, chngfrq (a script I wrote to display certain stats like cpu vdd, dock batt, max clock and so on).. Its what I use and it may not be for everyone. Also uses a 3.2 kernel i just made.. 1232000 1424000 1544000 1656000 are the non-stock freqs.. Don't freq out. hah oh my - so funny. they're stable..
it has a script included and it pretty much goes like this..
nvflash-backup.sh is the same as posted on another thread... obviously run that first.
Then here is 'flashnew.sh'. It only (obviously) writes to system (APP-part9) and boot (lnx-part 6). I'll post a windows batch file soon. Here's a hint tho - substitute sudo nvflash for nvflash.exe and you're good to go.
sudo ./nvflash --bct transformer.bct --setbct --configfile flash.cfg --bl bootloader.bin --odmdata 0x300d8011 --sbk 0x1682CCD8 0x8A1A43EA 0xA532EEB6 0xECFE1D98 --sync
sudo ./nvflash --resume --download 6 boot.img
sudo ./nvflash --resume --download 9 system.img
sudo ./nvflash --resume --sync
If Roach tells me to take this down. I take it down, its -pretty much- his rom (concerning stuff in /system/etc and /system/app. Oh and I added htop and nano as well. Any libncurses binary should do fine. That said, don't complain to him if things don't work on this (all set on my end) - complain to me - I love it when you do. Yes, I am aware that there is no boot screen besides the default glistening android deal. Also, you can delete Phone.apk in /system/app/ - but then System->About->Status will FC - Boohoo I know - I left it in there.. but just saying..
Is everyone peachy on all that?
Oh, also removed nearly all Asus apps.. if enough people want them, I'll post a script that will download (using aria2c) them, unrar, and restore to your /system/app directory.