This is the main settings screen. It has almost as many options as LauncherPro, and far more than stock. The big plus here, however, is the organization makes it very easy to find what you are looking for.
When you use a pinch gesture on the home screen, you get the tabbed view for fast screen selection. You can also drag screens around without having to move all the icons individually and add new pages.
When you press and hold on an empty part of the home screen, you will get this editor. This view allows you to add or remove pages as well as add widgets. You can see the widgets at the bottom, scrollable with a swipe.
Add a page in the editor view
Extra menu items in the camera app. This is a big improvement over the stock android or moto camera app. The pictures aren't really any better, but it functions faster.
This is the file explorer app. These are preset search buttons and a graph at the bottom to show how space is being used on the phone. Selecting the SD card tab will you browse the file structure manually. Very nice.
The lock screen. Pull down to unlock, pull down on either of the icons to launch the phone or messaging app. Double tapping the time will get you the music player controls on the lock screen. Holding the home button will light the "torch", utilizing the LED flash. I've already made good use of all these functions. Outstanding.
The home screen. It is certainly very iOS-like, which is fantastic from an aesthetic standpoint. You can place as many apps in the dock as you would like, though they begin to shrink in size as they grow in number.
Notification pull down. Just like Cyanogenmod, you can customize the toggles that appear here. I love this part so much.
Another very iOS-like feature is the music app. Again, this is a very welcome addition, since I have yet to use a music app on Android that works as well as the iOS one. My only gripe here is that there is not yet a landscape mode, so using it in the dock while in the car sucks at the moment.
This is one of the folders. You can change the name, change the sort, and are not limited to any particular number of icons. Just scroll to see them all.
Just a sub-menu from the main menu system. Again, iOS-like. Tons of options, as I mentioned, and great descriptions as to what each option will do.
This is the call screen. I wish that mute wasn't under the tools button, but otherwise, very clean and functional. I've also noticed that this rom has very finely tuned the proximity sensor so that it reacts very quickly to being placed near your face. Well done.