I just wanted to share my experience, so far, with LauncherPro Plus as my Revue application launcher. Notice that I'm using the Plus version which allows widget resizing and a bunch of Home screens modifications. You can add several Home screens and the launcher comes with a few "native' widgets like the scrollable bookmarks widget which I find very useful. The toolbar on the right can also be made to scroll without switching Home page. I had a paid version license that I used to use in my Android Smartphone, but I switched to Go Launcher a while ago. I have attached some pictures to give you an idea of what it looks like on my Revue and to show some of the apps I have found useful. I defined two Home pages. One with a clock-weather, stock widgets and a scrollable bookmark widget and the other with frequently used applications shortcuts and some Media Players, Clock and weather widgets. When I'm not interacting with the Revue I usually have it on the home page with the stocks playing a Pandora station in the background. So far, I have not experienced any memory issues with these set of widgets running. The first thing you'll notice when you switch to Launcherpro is that you don't get the live TV and TV sound as background. You can get a wallpaper or a live wallpaper like the one I'm using from Beautiful widgets. This live wallpaper changes according to the weather and the time of the day (Sun, Moon, Stars and Clouds). When I took these pictures it was early in the morning, but cloudy outside. Most of the applications and widgets you see here work as expected. I have some issues with Slacker foreclosing when I reboot and with the Logitech and aVia Media players indexing and displaying album art. Another thing missing is the little notification widget on the toolbar of the Revue launcher which displays the number of pending notifications in a little red bubble. In order to get any notifications that I have missed, I have to hit the Menu key and select Notifications. Two get the home screens side by side as shown in the third picture I just press the Home key once and then select the Home screen that I want to bring to the foreground. I can also click and hold the mouse on a Home screen and drag it to flip to another Home page. A key application to go back and forth between the Revue launcher and LauncherPro is the Home Switcher for FROYO. It also allow you to set either launcher as default. Believe me, it works fine with GB. I also found that for some URL shortcuts I can only get the generic red flag shortcut icon. I was also unable to create a shortcut for the Live TV icon as this appears to be a Logitech hidden function. The 4th picture show what the app drawer looks like in launcherpro. Btw, out of the frustration of having to use my Smartphone camera to capture the screens, I searched and found a method to capture TV screens using the Revue itself - I posted a link with instructions in this forum. Let me know if you have any questions related Launcherpro on the Revue or if you have any Launcherpro tips to share.