Well, in my opinion, our solutions (NativeSD, DataOnEXT, and a OC'ed kernel) should be already better than their methods.
It is the best of all worlds. Many newbies (not all) simply do not spend the time to read what has already been done, and come up with "new"
solutions that are almost always inferior to those which have come before it.
DataOnExt is not limited to EU versions (Tytung -- I do not think it should be indicated as such, re Aroma Installer text, as it will discourage some non-EU users from making good use of it).
I have a TMO1024 and choose the DataOnExt installation. This accomplishes two things for me by installing data/dalvik to Ext4 -- number of apps that can be installed is limited by the space I alot on my SDcard, and the dalvik-cache will have sufficient room to grow (which it does not
have, if it resides on NAND). If the Dalvik space is filled and cannot grow along with the number of installed apps, you will be prevented from installing any additional apps (out of space
message), regardless of how much free space still exists on your SD card.