I was asked about a month or so ago how to change SpringBoard's default StatusBar to something a little more Tiger like. Well, I finally stopped being lazy and took a look into how to do that. The answer was so easy, that I decided I'd post a step by step. Please Register or Log in to view images For the DIY types: Using SSH, SFTP, SCP, iBrickr, or whatever your favorite method of accessing the iPod is, navigate to ~/Library/Preferences/ Once in there, look for com.apple.springboard.plist. Rename that to com.apple.springboard.plist.backup. Open that file.* Scroll down to the com.apple.springboard key and change the integer to 0. It will look like this: HTML: <key>com.apple.springboard</key> <dict> <key>SBDefaultStatusBarModeKey</key> <integer>0</integer> </dict> Save the file as com.apple.springboard.plist. Reboot or Respring the iPod. * Note, Windows users will most likely need to find some sort of binary to xml converter. I'd suppose binary to plain text will also work. ** For those who don't like to get their hands dirty, I will be posting a pre-modified SpringBoard.app a little later on. Don't forget to save a backup of your original.