This looks like another work-around rather than true multitasking/backgrounding the way we think of it. So how will this work? Every app that supports any of the 7 background features will be running all the time in stasis until they're brought to the front? Or is there a way to add or remove apps from the multitasking UI that pops up? Example, when I'm done listening to pandora I want to completely close it out so I can clean out the multitasking que of anything I don't want or need that quick access to. Am I understanding that right? Maybe he just glossed over some of the finer details in the interest of making the point clearly. So it'll be up to developers to build this into their apps, otherwise the feature won't be available. Kind of a letdown that we still won't have true native multitasking.