After one month I can tell you that I’m extremely happy with my second-hand FP2. The final outcome was better than I could ever expect. I use the FP Open OS rooted with microG, Xposed, OpenBmapNlpBackend and Déjà Vu. I run all apps that I need or want and have no connection whatsoever to Google or Apple services. Root gives me enormous flexibility of customization. My location services are 100% local (memory database). Priority is always given to FLOSS apps, and I donate to one app creator every month according to how useful they’ve been to me. After some hiccups due to rogue apps I have a perfectly stable phone. The phone is robust and user experience is perfectly smooth. It has amazing battery life because I was able to freeze all battery hogs that I can’t discard and minimize home phoning using microG for apps that need to be always on such as Telegram. It’s not the fastest phone ever but it’s a very competent phone, I don’t need more than what it offers me. The old camera is its weakest point but it serves me well most of the time, and one day I’ll get a new camera cheap in the second-hand market. The speaker isn’t stereo but to my surprise it’s much louder than any smartphone speaker I’ve had before and quality of sound is better than I expected it would be. The amount of memory available with an added SDXC 32GB card is extraordinarily large. I was able to put in place a functional backup system that allows me for the first time to recover all my setup in hours if needed. I would never dream of anything even close in terms of data security and privacy with previous Androids. And I have the best phone anyone can get under a sustainability perspective - even more than the norm, since I bought mine second hand.