Like any other Android smartphone, Motorola Droid 2 also comes with number of preinstalled or default apps. You might or might not need them. If you actually use those apps, then having them on your Droid 2 is not a burden. But if those apps are not much of use for you, then you surely must have tried to uninstall default / preinstalled apps in Motorola Droid 2.
Bloat Manager is a free Android app, which actually lets you get red of the preinstalled apps on Motorola Droid 2. But this is a non-market Android app. In order to install and run it, you need to root your Droid 2 (write a post on that and use the same post on DKZONE) and then install that non-market app (here is the guide to install non-market Android apps).
Once you are done with the rooting of Motorola Droid 2 and installation of Bloat Manager, simply run that Android app. Now, you can simply uncheck all the apps that you do not need and this app will take care of the whole process to uninstall default / preinstalled apps on Droid 2.