My phone has become bloated with 262 apps that I never use & data I never reference (my iPad as well, for that matter). I know I can go in & clean it out app by app & pic by pic, but I always leave something in there that I really should delete. I've been restoring my phone with every release & keeping these legacy apps on there. I download & delete pics & videos occasionally, but my oldest pic on my phone now is over a year old & I have 693 on there. I'm going to use iOS7 as an opportunity for a fresh start. Instead of restoring from backup, I will go through & manually load new items one by one. This way I will truly add back just the apps I want/need and get rid of the apps I don't. Hopefully this not only frees up space from apps, but also frees up the phone memory from all the app specific data that is going unused, but still stored. I know I will lose stored data & I know I will have to set up all my mail, calendars, contacts, and app specific logins again, but to me, it will be worth it to have a cleaner & more streamlined experience, and what better time to do it than with a new OS release? Has anyone else used the nuclear option like this & just started fresh?