Stack 2.0 went up on Cydia yesterday and has been a phenomenal success, racking up thousands of downloads so far. The reaction has been almost completely positive, though there have been two reports of people wrecking their setup and needing to restore because they used Poof and/or Categories and somehow they managed to crash it bringing the system down. For all intents and purposes, while 16,998 out of 17,000 downloaders seem to have had no issues, I'll have to issue a caution against using Stack, Poof and Categories together until more information has been gleaned. Regarding the future, and updates! Stack v2.0.1 • Last minute before release I had to disable the adding of WebClip icons to Stack as it was something I hadn't thought about when designing the system, and my faithful testers had come up against issues. What I forgot to do was add a block against non-fully-downloaded applications from the App Store, so until I have a fix out please don't drag any icons but application icons to Stack. • I do plan on having the stack display more customizable, for the many users who prefer to not have a stack of icons in their Button Bar. I'll figure something out in this regard. • I intend also to add a little more visual contrast to the fan view in Stack, as currently it can get confusing. Most likely I will add a shadow of some sort to differentiate the floating icons from the other icons in SpringBoard. Stack v2.0.2 and beyond • Regarding future releases, I know many of you are looking for 5-icon-dock support, and that is something I cannot promise at this point in time. I'm working on it, but it's not going to be happening anytime soon. • I do plan on making dragging items out of Stack a little more user-friendly, so that you won't do it by accident. • Hopefully I'll be able to add the rearrangement of items in Stack, and support for more than sixteen icons. • In the far future I hope to make Stack a fully independent SpringBoard icon, which can be dragged and wiggled to your heart's content and will act just like any other icon in SpringBoard. That will finally fix the overlapping issue. • I do *not* plan on making Stack remove icons from SpringBoard. That's not a safe thing to do, and there's no fallback if you uninstall Stack. If you really wish to hide your icons, I recommend using Poof by BigBoss, as it seems to work well.