I don't know if it's still an issue with the Blackstone users reverting back after sleeping, since it works fine on my Tilt2. Did anyone try using DotFred Task Manager, or the like, to add WinMoSpeed and the correct parameter to the notification queue under "Wake Up"?
Just a thought.
Does this mean that overclock is applied on AC only while WM restores normal (528 MHz) CPU speed on battery ?
Moreover, OCT was a device driver and it checked the CPU speed continuosly (or so I suppose). WiMoSpeed seems to set CPU speed only when run and then leave the CPU to itself (or to WM).
My Sprint TP2 (CDMA) is rock solid at 768 using this application. What limitations are you talking about? Look at my post #63 on page 7 for benchmarks.