Hey all. So I posted here a while back about an issue I was having with Helix Launcher force closing. It was suggested that I switch to Tag Home. Well I finally took the time to install it and setup my screens. First thing I noticed is although it has the same four areas at the bottom of the screen to place apps that are always there no matter what screen you are on, you cannot customize the application icons like you could with Helix Launcher. Not a huge deal but I did like the look of the icons as I had them setup in Helix. Second thing I noticed right off is the change to the App Drawer. It lists "categories" across the bottom. It has the potential to be very helpful but you have to take the time to categorize each application. For now I am just sticking with the "all" tab. On an unrelated note I have been taking the time to organize my apps using Apps Organizer. Have a feeling once I finish that I will not be using the app drawer much. So, moving on with the review... The reason I wanted to find a replacement for Helix Launcher was it would force close all the time on me. Even when I was using another app I would get a message that it needed to close. Then to add to the frustration it would take nearly a minute for it to start back up again. Made using the phone very nerve racking. I have been using Tag Home for a few hours now and it is also force closing but not nearly as often and it is not a big deal cause it starts again almost instantly. I can't be to harsh on it or Helix for closing so often cause I have a ton of widgets running. Nice thing is the force closes do not bother me with Tag Home because it reloads so fast. Only real negative with it is not being able to customize the four "docked" icons at the bottom of the screen. Other than that it is a very solid home screen replacement and so far I am very happy with it. Oh, and one other thing. This is the first home screen replacement I have seen that offers 9 screens instead of maxing out at 7. I don't know yet if I will actually use all 9 screens, did not make full use of 7 screens in Helix but the extra room may allow me to get a little creative. Will see. Hope this was a help to anybody who took the time to read this.