I don't like Stock, don't use it, don't need it. So, what did I do? I deleted it, sort of. This link: http://macenstein.com/default/2008/...iphone-aka-the-hidden-10th-iphone-app-screen/ ^Gives you step by step instructions on how to do it. In the directions, it says to move all the apps that you don't want to the 9th page. This link is obviously 3 years old, and currently, the iPhone 4 can have 11 pages. So, I had my 11th page full of apps, the last app being Stock. From page 10, I moved an app to my 11th page, and viola, Stocks gets pushed back to Apples hidden "12th page", and it's out of sight, practically deleted. If you want the "deleted apps" back, it's simple. Just turn your phone off and on, and it will return to an available slot on your iPhone. Anyway, has anyone tried this, or wanted to delete Apple's built in apps? Well, I've tried this, and it works! You guys should give it shot, and see for yourselves.