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If you're certain away the pleasant screenshots to a higher place and below, cost warned: The proceedings isn't every bit soft every bit start letter of the alphabet hit app and choosing the theme. You hump to transfer squad pieces of software, and there's letter of the alphabet practice session partly of the setup, too, requiring more or less show work. The male horse falsehood takes 30 minutes, and I followed an extremely helpful guide at Apple iPhone School.
Another forewarning: The theme is somewhat impractical, and more for the sake of showing off. It breaks your home screen into six categories (Phone, Text, iPod, Web, Games and Apps), and you have to follow the instructions exactly to match the theme's skin, so there isn't much room to customize. The most annoying part is that the Apps category is all the way on the right, requiring five swipes to access it to launch a third-party app such as Tweetie. You won't be able to find your apps through Spotlight search anymore, either, since they're stuffed in a category folder. Long story short: If you're a "power user," don't bother. I mainly did this for fun, and I'll likely uninstall it in the next week.
Update: As our readers EPICpod and markii point out, there's a free app to enable Spotlight search for categorized apps in this theme. It's called SpotBright, also available through Cydia. It works great and completely fixes the problem!