Let's see what your homescreen(s) looks like! If you don't already have a program to take screenshots I suggest Shootme. After you run it you just shake your phone to save a screenshot to the SD\ShootMe folder. Phone needs to be rooted to use this app. To help other users, name what your widgets/apps/backgrounds are and if you can really be bothered, provide links and say why you use them. My animated background: Blue Skies Live Wallpaper My leftmost homescreen is just my commonly used apps plus a torch. GDocs - I miss Microsoft Office on my Windows Mobile but now I just have all of my documents in Google Docs and use this program to view/edit/sync with it. Free, meaning I don't have to pay to be able to edit a document (which seems to be a common theme on Android apps) QuickPic - Great alternative to the included Gallery as this is MUCH faster and has all the same features (can still share media as well) Pocket - Holds all of my credit card/password/whatever info and syncs it with Dropbox Cheap Parking - Fantastic app that allows you to input an address/area and a time and it will show you on a map or in a list in order of distance or price, all the parking nearby and how much it will cost you FuelLog - Fuel mileage app with lots of graphs/statistics. Handy for me because it can do gallons/litres/miles/kilometres or any combination of these (I have a car with miles) My middle and main screen has the things I use constantly. Top to bottom: Smooth Calendar - Simple, compact and customisable World Forecast Clock Widget - Lots of different visuals/styles/sizes. I use them as a timezone calculator rather than weather. Power Control widget - Easily toggle common functions My right hand homescreen is where I go for items that are updated/refreshed and gives me a quick overview of them: Ministocks - Mine is free but it looks like only the PRO is available now. Simple, customisable, easy to read BirthdayInfo Widget - Pulls the birthdays/anniversaries from your local contacts and displays them in a list with the date of the event and their age/anniversary number. Opening the widget displays all of your contacts and their birthdays/age 2 x Quota - Has all Australian internet/mobile companies and pulls your quota information from them. Widget can be customised to show bars or data left/used. More accurate than using something that resides on your phone to measure data usage as it gets the information from your provider and can be used for your internet provider too.