Just thought I'd ask this question on the forums as it's something I mentioned on the comments on the article about distribution of profits on the app store. I suggested that maybe community curated store fronts might be a good way to expose little known gems on the app store. The examples I gave were a Touch Arcade store front that mirrored the recommended and well reviewed games on TA, or a community like Just Adventure hosting a store front dedicated to quality adventure games. They would essentially put different communities apps front and center for all to see. I could be argued that then you'd have hundreds and thousands of pointless store fronts that wouldn't serve any purpose. For that you could either have Apple review the 'Community Store Front' application, maybe you need to prove you actually have a community following already? If not, why not give everyone their own store front? I mean, you bookmark Touch Arcade, right? You could bookmark store fronts of like minded gamers/app users? Basically, I'm saying if the deluge of daily app submissions is too many to curate for the App Store engineers, why not put it in the hands of the users? It would just be another way of connecting users with the Apps they love, and you're not going to do that with a list of the top twenty of a certain category.