Once again, want.
The rounded corners everywhere make the iPhone look so much older, and I like the way universal search works — wherever you are on the main screen, you just start using the keyboard and the results pop pu. Which makes me realize that the arrival of Spotlight as a pane of the iPhone’s Home screen could be another sign that it’s going to sprout a sliding keyboard, and Spotlight would work exactly that way. It would suddenly make much more sense that 3.0’s Springboard would be utterly unmodified, save for the addition of Spotlight and a couple more app pages, if you only have to slide the keyboard out and hit a couple keys to quicksilverize your way around the iPhone.
Or, you know, maybe not.