I installedLion yesterday.... hoping for some good changes... some are ok... but I wasn't expecting them to remove some of the customizability that was there in Snow Leopard and earlier. My biggest question: WHY does Apple seem to think it's a great idea to dump ALL of your icons into ONE big folder so you have to scroll forever to find something??? My issue: I used to have Finder set to open to Applications all the time. In there, I would be greeted with only subfolders... no icons at all. They were all neatly tucked into sub-folders... example: Office, Multimedia, Tools, Graphics etc. I knew exactly where everything was that I needed to get to. So I install Lion, go into Applications (expecting to have to regroup and reorganize everything again) and find that if I try to move ANY of the included apps from Applications into a subfolder I can copy them.... but not move them. Okay so that's fine I can always copy them and delete the original... NOPE! I get the nice little msg "iTunes can't be modified because it's required by OS X" So now I have roughly 300 icons sitting in one main folder that takes me 3 times a long to find an app. I can only fit so many on the dock, and FORGET about Launch Pad! There's no options to even change the icon size larger! It seems like they are tiny, unreadable and I find myself squinting at the screen! Not to mention it's a pain to organize, it pulls EVERY icon including ones that you don't need and there's no way to hide or delete icons off it at all. You can just throw them into a folder and move the folder over to the last page.... I guess I can't install any more apps on my MBP or I will never be able to find anything! ... Does anyone know of a way to override the restrictions with moving included apps into subfolders??