As I load up my phone with apps, I'm slowly starting to realize a major problem with how this "icon" filesystem the iphone uses will become cumbersome in time. As it is now, I already have 3 full screens of program icons on my iPhone. The App store, is still fairly new, so I start to think, what about when I really start getting a ton of apps. Lets say as time goes you end up with 60+ apps. Imagine having to scroll through 8+ iPhone icon screens to find the app you want to use? This sounds horrible! So I was thinking for a more effcient way, Microsoft Win Mobile uses the start menu type style, to help get through alot of apps. Now what I have in mind here is 2 ideas. 1st Cover Flow Style: Make it so when you rotate the phone into a horizontal position while at an icon screen, you go into a coverflow style app screen. So you can flick through each app icon. 2nd Contacts Styled App Search: This works the same way the contacts program works with names and such. Basically, lets call this "App Search" the icon could show the App Symbol with a magnifying glass. You click on that, I'm sorry, I meant to say you "tap" on that... and it brings up every aplication installed on your iphone in alphabetical order with a search bar feature uptop for you type in the apps specific name. I think these should be implemented in the near future. At the rate im going, the current iphone style of icon screens will get very cumbersome very quickly. We need a more effcient way to get to the app we want, not have to sidescroll through 100 icon screens. So I'd like your input on these ideas... let me know what you think. Maybe we can get Apple to notice this.