There are some 10,000 apps in the App Store for the iPhone, and most of them work on the iPod touch 2G. Many, many of them are free. So why is it that you can only put a tiny percentage of that number onto the device, even if you have ample free space? I called Apple twice before getting my unit to make sure that the extra space could be used for holding more apps, and both times they said yes. Well, nobody mentioned that the app manager feature can only handle 9 screens of 16 apps apiece. After that, extra apps are simply inaccessible! Almost ten years ago I had a Palm Pilot. I could load hundreds of apps onto it and organize them into categories. Has that technology been lost to humanity in the intervening decade? It seems to go without saying that there should be a way to manage hundreds of apps on your iPhone (or my iPod touch), being able to sort them, get info on them, group (categorize) them, and perhaps search for them and even rename them (since the app's name often has little to do with its function). Is this an unreasonable expectation? Is it technologically impossible?