Most overrated app has got to be google earth, which really feels like an incomplete application. It's far slower than google maps (at least when running on edge for us first generationers) and this whole 3d tilt thing is pretty pointless, since, at least so far, the buildings themselves remain 2d and thus flat when angling the iphone. No street names hurts too. I'm sure it'll be better with the update, but still, what does it do that google maps doesn't, even after the updates. Does anyone really care about street view?? Most underrated app is a tie between Super Monkey Ball and Stanza. Regarding the former, I have a lot (and I mean a LOT) of iphone games with seemingly impressive graphics. Some are lame (Kroll, Motoracer, Bugdom 2), some moderately fun (Cro Mag, Nanosaur 2, Flick Bowling), and some are truly a pleasure (Real Soccer 09, Asphalt, Trism). Super Monkey Ball seems to be the forgotten game, despite it probably being one of the biggest sellers and essentially the flagship for the apps store. I still find myself playing it a ton (still stuck on level 98) when I'm bored and the graphics still have that Dreamcast feel that really only Real Soccer and maybe Kroll come close to having The other underrated app is Stanza. You have literally thousands of free books at the tip of your fingers. Downloading time isn't too bad even on edge, and did I say the books are free free free. I've been reading The Great Gatsby on the way to work lately, and it really helps the time go. I don't understand why there isn't more talk of this app as it is a phenomenal e-reader. The other e-book app isn't bad, but I can't find that many free books on that site like I can with Stanza.