First: don't get me wrong, the iOS 5 lockscreen is definitely an improvement over... no lockscreen at all, but for a lockscreen it's kinda sucky. Here are my main gripes. First, it looks sooo "hacked". It looks like a Cydia hack, and I can't stand the fact that each notification is about a few pixels smaller than the screen. It doesn't look very Applish. The slide-to-view looks also... weird. Second, it's still very much in your face. It looks kind of bloated, and a few notifications will fill the entire screen. I understand that people might prefer it this way, but a more subtle lockscreen would definitely have my preference. Instead of showing each e-mail, for instance, the lockscreen could just say: E-mails: 5 unread. The same goes for missed calls and text messages. The lock screen now just shows a lot of personal stuff, only a home button click away. You can hide some of that, but not everything. Again, a little more subtle please. I can always pull down the notification bar whenever I want it. Speaking of the notification bar, why a stocks & weither widget, but no quick settings widget?! How about easily switching off WiFi/BT and changing the brightness? Please? Anyway, it's kind of as of Apple was annoyed by all the notification requests and thought "You wanted notifications? Well here they are!". Meh. It is quite useful though, and although I said "I hate it" in the topic title, I'm pretty much just trying to say there's a lot of room for improvement. Summary: bloated, ugly, in-your-face, shows too much personal stuff Anyone else agree?