whMy first question would be do you have insurance on the device? If so say F it and go for it and don't look back.
Depending on if you Root with S (Security)-On or S-Off, Unrevoked can do both, will determine how easy it is to unroot. S-Off is more permanent.
If you can follow directions well and are somewhat tech savvy you will do fine. As soon as you gain root privileges download and install Titanium backup and ROM manager. Make a backup immediately so that you have a stock backup, just in case.
Not exactly easy but easier.
Click on Unrevoked in my signature, pick your phone and choose Unrevoked 3 for S-On and Unrevoked Forever for S-Off and read through both and compare.
"unrevoked3 will permanently unlock NAND write protection by default could you please explain what this means? What if i want to try rooting to see if i like it and if i dont like it i will restore back to stock, would unrevoked 3 be the one i should use?
im probably wrong but i thought that you need s-off to use rom manager?NAND unlock allows certain apps to write to system files, such as AdFree. I'm sure everyone in here will tell you once you Root you will never go back. Even if all you do is remove bloatware you will be glad you Rooted. Go for it and make sure to make a backup immediately using ROM manager before you make any modifications like deleting bloatware. Then once you get the ROM how you want it then make another backup.
im probably wrong but i thought that you need s-off to use rom manager?