It's more than a little amusing to watch the proliferation of simplified or one click root solutions for assorted Android devices. Has the geek world become entirely populated with devotees of the WIMP interface? Are we now seeing a rash of "geeks" who don't understand a *nix command prompt (choice of shell aside)? Every rooting method I've seen has involved uploading, then executing, an exploit binary, changing a few strategic permissions, and uploading some needed tools. This is exceedingly elementary to accomplish using ADB, and if you can't grok that, or more to the point, how the Android system itself functions, do you really have the chops to tinker with your device's operating system so cavalierly?
The doors are that way, your geek cards will be collected on your way out.