I guess I became bored over this weekend, so I decided to try installing 188.8.131.52 on my 9650 Bold. This time, things went well and the install was a breeze. The problem I had with compatability issues with certain apps was not there except for one program, Verizon's Visual Voice Mail. All other programs installed no problems, but I could not get VVM to run. It would not let me go past the initial acknowledge page for the end user's license agreement. I may try loading YouMail's free Visual Voice Mail program and see if it will work. Oh, well, at least I can save a few bucks on my Verizon bill each month.
A lot of users had problems getting the 6.0 browser to work on the mobile network, but it would work on WiFi. I found that instead of deleting the vendor.xml file as suggested when loading a leaked OS, leave the file in there and it works no problem on mobile network. One thing I have noticed is reboot time. Wow, it boots up in half the time of the previous operating systems. The signal strength is good too. No fluccuations noted. I will comment on battery life later after I have let the phone run for a few days with my current settings.
Anyways, I just wanted to pass along what I have found so far with the 6.0 OS. Reminder, this is a leaked OS and by all means, if you do not feel comfortable running a leak, wait for the official release. I do not know when that may be, but if you are interested in the leak and want to know more on how to get it, send me a private message here in the forums. I'll be glad to help. Thanks for reading this.