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Too expensive to try out. Longer refund period would bei appreciated.
 
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Hesitating on this one, and not simply because of the price tag. Based on the screen shots, it just doesn't look like a big deal. Maybe there's a whole bunch of awesome customizations that I'm not seeing. This is where the price tag matters; I'm not gonna pay that much just to find out.

I've used GO and ADW launchers, and SBF shell. SBF is a tad cheaper than TSF, and pretty slick (i.e. worth paying for). However, it's probably worth mentioning that I ended up switching back to GO. Not sure if I simply got used to it, or if I'm more of a shortcut person than a widget person. Maybe it's just the dev in me talking, but flipping through 76996422 screens to view information that will make me want to open the app anyway, feels like a chore.

And now I've managed to make myself curious about TSF. Stay tuned, I may jump the gun.

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the launcher is very very smooth, i just couldnt believe it when i tried it out. There are many different animations and the concept is quite interesting..
It is worth a try and i recommend it.

On the other hand, 17$ is too much!
 
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Hesitating on this one, and not simply because of the price tag. Based on the screen shots, it just doesn't look like a big deal. Maybe there's a whole bunch of awesome customizations that I'm not seeing. This is where the price tag matters; I'm not gonna pay that much just to find out.
All the features are demoed in the video. The thing is, many of them are not available yet, since the launcher is in development stage.

The biggest selling point of this launcher is the smoothness and performance.

Seriously, after using TSF Shell for a while, I installed GO Launcher and it looked like a total lag fest.
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This launcher is pretty cool!
 
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This launcher is excellent but very expensive, have tested read but they are still a few bugs since the first version
 
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Ok, reading the thread, I'm thinking "wow, $17 for a launcher". After watching the video, I see that it's much more than a launcher and I'm a lot more leaning towards it. Lots of eye candy, but I would hate to pop the money just to find it sucks battery life or memory.

So what is the verdict with TSF Shell and the Atrix? How much of what's in that video isn't working?
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How much of what's in that video isn't working?
(Didn't jump the gun yet.) Also have this question...
 
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