The last year or two I've always jumped on the jailbreaks when they're released but I've noticed that I spend less time theming and more often than not end up sticking with Apple's icons and format. It also seems like everybody feels the need to charge for themes even if they're extremely basic and never get updated (I know, it's their right, their time is worth money, etc.). The real problem for me surfaced tonight when I happened to look back at an old thread for jailbroken homescreens for iOS 6 here: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/post-your-jailbroken-home-screen-part-5-new-jb.1537665/ I mean, look at this. It's gorgeous, IMO: It seems there was a lot more effort put into stuff back then and themes were never paid. I paid for tweaks like BiteSMS and Lockinfo/Intelliscreen because they were worth the money. Nowadays I've dropped money on several themes that now sit unused. Anyhow, my point comes down to the trend that every business seems to be following (cheaper product, higher price) has invaded the jailbreak community. Agree? Disagree?