Neets: Yes, the product code is correct. All set up on V9 (without lag fix) with tweaks 1, 2, and 3 (not MISC) and auto killer set to strict.
Phone looks like my phone again :)
BUT ... man it's laggy! Imagine setting everything back up with all that stuttering, delay and sluggishness. I expected it would be humming along like it was on the earlier version I had.
I thought it might have been due to now yet having auto killer and tweaks enabled but that hasn't seemed to make any difference.
The Media scanner is pee'ing me off. That of course is the cause for the delay on start up. But even after that's complete there's still lag.
I'm going to have to apply a lag fix. I'm surprised others are running without any lag fix. Makes me wonder what's different.
I've even gone and deleted some "safe" *.apk files that aren't needed by me (or the phone).
Noob as I am, I'm reluctant to offer advice, so please accept this merely as a possible suggestion...
Now that the official Froyo is out there, maybe try a vanilla update. I know it means hacking Kies/reg but it's a one click dealio now. And in my experience, painless. I used Ryan's OCLF as a post update lag fix, which seems to have done the biz performance wise.
I believe you can still apply ext4 (via CWM) when you're done but I haven't attempted that yet.
One thing I know, is that once the next update turns up, it should be a doddle to implement it via Kies given the nature of the reg hack. But I've been wrong before...
If you decide to go the vanilla route, I recommend the backup and restore option. Seems to be a no-brainer method of keeping your app/settings intact post update. And if you also have a Titanium bak, you're covered every which way.
Anyway, whichever way you go, best of luck and as always, I watch your steps with much interest.