editorial rant below... My fellow iPhonites. iPhonizens. iPhowners. We are at the dawn of a new era. Or error. iPhone apps are in need of help. Steve J's Utopian vision of web "apps" is already losing its luster. It seems the best apps have already been made. The flow of new apps has slowed to a trickle. And even the best ones are pretty much eye candy coated ways to get info that available anywhere on the web. With the arrival of Love Test for iPhone, web apps have officially jumped the shark. Native apps are popping up left and right. But most people aren't looking for their iPhone for FTP, VPN, VNC, SCP, SSH, STP, AC/DC, NIN, ETC. They want meat and potato apps...stuff the average iJoe can use. As for customization, the pixel kiddies over at modymyiphone.com are turning the home screen into the iPhone equivalent of chopped Cadillac low riders...highly customized, highly ugly. Because Apple has locked down the phone to outside developers, because they've been slow to add missing basic cell phone functionality, because they want to control every aspect of the phone, they are effectively turning the iPhone into a Windows computer. People will mod it and hack it till the cows come home because that's their only choice.