Convince me to root my phone.
I'm a once jaded, now sated Verizon Galaxy Nexus owner (cute little rhyme).
In the lead-up to my 4.1 Jelly Bean update from Verizon, I considered rooting my device, even though I got a Nexus -- my first Android device and first smartphone -- so I wouldn't have to in order to run stock Android. But the day I got everything set up to root, I go one last time to the update checker, and Verizon, those coy bastards, pushed the damn update to my phone. Now I'm happy. Jelly Bean is fantastic, and I couldn't be more pleased with my device.
But I can't shake the feeling that I might as well have just rooted the damn thing, so that when 4.2 or 5.0 comes out, I'll just grab the update as soon as a stable ROM comes out.
So what do you guys think? Do I say, "Screw you, Verizon," and just throw CM10 on my Nexus, or stick with my current Wallet-less version of beautiful Stock Android.