I thought I'd share my most recent home screen on my Galaxy Nexus. The wallpaper is called PlanetScapes, and is one of the most interesting live wallpapers I've used. The widget in the middle is from the 1Weather app...also the most attractive and useful weather app I've used. My only gripe with 1Weather is the color of the temp indicator int he widget...a weird brown. It works well with the wallpaper I have there, but otherwise seems out of place.
Around the 1Weather widget, I've organized my most used apps in folders by activity. The read folder contains Google Reader, Currents, and Books. The chat folder contains Google Talk, Voice, and Chomp SMS. Share contains G+, Tweetdeck, and Facebook, though I think I'm going to get rid of the Facebook app since I don't ever post anything on Facebook. And so on.
Next to the dialer app, I have a Productivity type folder, containing Gmail, Calendar, and Wallet. I keep maps and my browser (Chrome, as of yesterday) handy in the dock since I want easy access to them always.
Unseen here, is that I use Widgetsoid to put custom power and switching controls in my notification pulldown, a la MIUI, or Cyanogenmod. Absolutely indispensable. It keeps those controls always handy without having to be swiping home screens back and forth.
I do miss some things about LauncherPro and/or MIUI. Notably, I would love the ability to put more apps in the dock, or the ability to doubletap the home button to access the app drawer so that I could free up another space on the dock. I also miss the gesture option for dock icons that is found in LauncherPro, as well as the slick animations when swiping between homescreens.
Overall, I wouldn't trade this for anything else at the moment. ICS is a massive improvement over Gingerbread and all other previous versions. After updating to 4.0.4 yesterday, many of the gripes I had with ICS were addressed. Most notably the responsiveness of autorotation, how quickly the camera app is accessed, and I've heard, though not yet experienced it, improved battery life and signal reception.
let me know if you have questions...cheers.