Now that I have had a good feel for Lion and its features, something has been bothering me to death. People are calling Lion the merging of OSX and iOS, but... I don't think so at all. Aside from Launchpad, there is nothing else iOS-like about Lion. It's still OSX, just with more features and improvements. But again, that's except for Launchpad. Since I can quickly access the Applications folder from the Dock, which practically pops up everywhere now (in Mission Control, from the side of the screen it's situated at, and so on), and not to mention I can stick any application to the Dock itself for even faster access, I have to wonder... "What's Launchpad for?" Launchpad doesn't seem particularly useful for anything for me, but that might just be me. So do you use Launchpad at all?