So, today I came upon a truly AWESOME idea! Here are some ways you can eliminate some of the home screen pages you may have. Here are my tips. 1. Delete what you don't use. Even if you *think* you might use it one day, you really don't need it on your iPhone all the time. Think about it... this could be that one app that you hardly ever use except for those rare occasions that you find it useful... but during those very rare occasions, couldn't you simply re-download the app? I've done this a few times. 2. Get an iPod touch. I know this sounds strange but, I upgraded to an iPhone from an iPod touch and I didn't sell the iPod touch because I'm still emotionally attached to it... Being my first touch screen Apple device and all. I went ahead and put ALL of my iPhone games on the iPod touch! That took care of a TON of space on my iPhone. I found that I was hardly ever playing those games... they were pushed all the way to the last screen and I only used them to show off my iPhone's 3D capabilities. Now I have them all on my iPod touch! Like Apple says "Funnest iPod ever!" 3. Think really hard before you just buy an App or game. I purchased 3 or 4 racing games before I realized that they're all basically the same. There have also been times where I was bored one day and purchased a $0.99 app that I used once and didn't find the need for it ever again. Ask yourself if it's something that will get used again and again. 4. Less pages = Less scrolling. For most of my iPhone use... the first page (strictly stock Apple apps with one exception... Apple's Remote app) and the second page is only 3rd party apps... That's all I have. 5. There's also times where you may buy one app and then a month later, a similar app comes out that's even better than the first app you bought... no sense in keeping both unless they both have unique features that you need to use. 6. I deleted the apps that have ugly icons. These icons don't make my beautiful device look as nice. If the developer can't create a high quality icon or interface, then it just looks and feels cheaply made. Doesn't belong on my iPhone as far as I'm concerned (I realize not everyone feels like this). 7. You don't need a to-do App. Calendar works great for this! It gives you alerts at specified times and you can view it in list view. You can also create alarms with custom text with Clock. 8. You don't need a notes app. Use Notes from the included apps. It works fine for simple notes and you can even extract the notes by using PhoneView or a similar desktop App... or you could email them to yourself. 9. I deleted Movies.app because there's a web app that does the same thing... and the web-app can be hidden in my Safari bookmarks... there's one more icon off my home screen. Speaking of webapps. If the native app requires an internet connection and there's a web app that does the same thing... just use the web app. Facebook, myspace, and eBay all have web apps that work almost exactly like the native app. Keep those in Safari bookmarks. That's all I have for now. If anyone has any other suggestions on how to clean up your home screen... post them here.