The TouchXperience project for Windows Phones continues to march forward and here’s the latest video showing off the UI. It utilizes the panoramic views to create subfolders (each being its own page if you wanted) and you can have folders on any page as well. You can even toggle from a list view to an icon view (that matches the WP7 tile UI). Just watch the first 30 seconds of this video to get a feel for it (or keep going to see how customizable it is).
A few great things are going on here. The ability to make folders and organize files is of course a huge win. The ability to customize views is great as well. I can have settings, apps, shortcuts…all living in harmony without cluttering my home screen.