Okay, for themes and why Apple should allow them: A group of about 15 guys or more get together and join a theme making group. Each person does two letters of apps. Example Johny would do A-B, Manny C-D, Dustin E-F, etc. You get what I mean. Obviously the guy with Y-Z would have a lighter load, and would help out the others. Each person would create icons for EVERY app in the app store, and say update it once a week, or twice a month. This way, Apple would think that it would be a complete different set of icons, and I mean COMPLETE, and they may allow it. Of course Apple would have to come up with a system for putting the themes on there, such as a Winterboard, etc. without allowing people to get into the filesystem. I don't think Apple is too far away from letting themes go, but they want to make sure that the there filesystems don't get modified like they do now with jailbreaking. To sum it up, you could have a COMPLETE set of new icons, just like a new springboard. Anyone else think that is a good idea?