Back in the good old days with the Palm, we had this wonderful thread: http://forum.brighthand.com/general-palm-os/80272-what-does-your-launcher-look-like.html I thought it would be fun to start up one for Android (a "What does your launcher look like" thread for iOS and WinPho... snicker ;-) ). I am carrying two devices which have very different purposes. My philosophy is to get the apps and information I use 90% of the time on my Home Screen. I'm not graphically fancy. Also, both my devices are Gingerbread. The launcher in both cases is ADW, with the Samsung using the EX version while the Nexus One just uses the regular one included in the CM7 ROM. ---------- Samsung Galaxy Player 5 -------------------- HTC Nexus One My Galaxy Player is my PDA. PIMs on the dock bar, Office Suite, a couple of often used utilities, ereader and time (whimsical) and temp. My Nexus One (almost 3 years old) is my phone, mifi and music player (so I don't miss calls while listening). More detailed weather as it is easiest to pull when I am out and about and has 3G, phone and SMS stuff, music player, mifi toggle, 3G meter,etc. Pretty basic really. Bet others are much more elaborate and I'd love to see them. Also, would love to see the differences between Gingerbread, ICS and JB. So, come on, start posting. ;-) EDIT: I am under the impression, though I can't test, that there are now screen shot options for non-rooted phones. If it turns out I am mistaken, that will unfortunatey limit who can respond. Hope I'm not wrong.