After installing and using Lion for the past few days, it has many useful strengths but also comes short in many areas. I think the places where Apple "iOSified" Mac OS X is where the weaknesses become the most apparent. Out of all the new features that Apple boasts about Lion, personally, I think that Launchpad is the weakest and most useless feature in Lion. I can see if someone is new to the Mac that came from an iOS device that seeing your apps in such a way may be useful. However, for long time Mac and desktop computer users, this doesn't translate well. One has to ask themselves, "Why go into this interface when I can simply bring my cursor down to the Dock and launch the same apps from there?" At this point, I have a growing list of bug and feature fixes/requests that I'll be submitting to Apple in the coming days. What are yours?