What ROM do you use as your daily driver?

Galaxy Note II (GT-N7105T) - Vanilla Telstra (Australia) 4.1.2 Rom; rooted.

Does everything I need, including HD-Voice.

I use a pretty barebones Google Edition ROM on my Galaxy S4.  DEATH TO BLOAT.

Liquid Smooth. :D

I carry a Dumb phone and a laptop, free wifi everywhere might as well use the laptop for everything else.

I use AOKP on my Nexus 7.

Still clinging to my HTC Droid Incredible 2 (ADR6350) that's currently running MikRunny. It's Sense.. and Gingerbread.. buuuut it's stable enough until I upgrade.

CM 10.1 jelly bean 4.2.2 on htc sensation

It's not perfect, and some days it drives me crazy but it works fine most of the time.

Paranoid 3.99 on Nexus 4.

I have an Oppo find 5 (the first 1080p smartphone), I'm running Cyanogenmod 10.1.3 and I found only has two insignificant bugs. I might try other ROMs from curiosity, But CM 10.1 is my daily driver...

Now on 4.4 on my Droid Incredible 2 from Evervolv. I'm in the cool kids club now.

I think I'm on Sunfire for my photon 4G

I was using Pacman AIO 4.3 on my Nexus 7 but I could only deal with the nightlies for so long. Last stable release was in July so I switched over to ReVolt 4.3. PA flavored with a few less options than Pacman and far more stable. I'll wait a month or two for a stable 4.4

Shiny Rom on my Galaxy Nexus (toro), available for DL from http://rootzwiki.com/topic/36706-romaosp44111013-shiny-ota-like-stock-android-44-krt16m-no-bugs/. It's essentially as vanilla Android as you can get if you want to be as up to date as possible on the now-left-for-dead GNex. I've had very few issues with the ROM and highly recommend it. Stable, easy on the ol' battery, and clean, unadulterated Android (even Kit Kat now!).


Galaxy Note II (GT-N7105T) - AOKP 4.3 nightly (14/11/2013)

So far, very stable and WOW battery life.

Stock Moto X (4.4, Verizon). For some reason it's a free upgrade on NewEgg right now. Sweet deal.

cyanogenmod 10.1, the only thing worth a damn on my 3-year-old samsung galaxy s (i got verizon's variant, which has BING as the default search engine on the stock ROM and got updates until android 2.3.5 aka gingerbread)

I'm currently running a CarbonRom  nightly on my N4. Its been smooth so far.

I have the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Sprint and I use the d2spr CyanogenMod 10.2 RC1 for my phone. I would like Android 4.4 KitKat but I would like for a stable official nightly to come out before updating my device. 


Runing stock 4.3 on my HTC One.. I don't have time right now to root it and install custom rom :(

AOKP on my S3 here :)
I loved how it's smoother than Sam's based roms