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My droid 1 is rooted with bugless beast... Boot loader locked on the BIONIC? Speculating are we?
Droid 1 is the exception. My Droid X is still locked. Atrix is locked. I can put big money on the BIONIC getting locked up. And no, its unlikely someone will not crack these bootloaders since the Droid X is near EOL and have made little progress on it's bootloader.
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The Bionic is supposed to be a happy medium - Motorola specifically said they would be opening up the bootloaders a bit more to make customers happy, however the Atrix was too far along at that point to change it.

Also - if you do some research you'll learn that the Bionics at CES (your video of it being slightly slow) were NOT running on their full capacity. They were basically prototypes, and only were running on one of the two cores. Obviously this crippled performance.

Personally, i'd wait for both of them to release, then pick between them. Currently most of the in depth details of the Bionic are guesswork. All we know is the screen size, CPU, RAM, and that it has Motoblur 2.0. Time will tell whether Motoblur 2.0 sucks.

Hope i helped, OP
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Looks like March 24th for the Thunderbolt
    
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