One of the greatest things RIM did with BlackBerry 6 is the tray. It makes one, flowing screen, rather than the home screen/applications menu disconnect in previous operating systems. Yet I’ve found that the tray is a bit easier to operate on the Torch than it is on my 9650. Not that it’s particularly hard, but the touch interface makes it a bit easier. In my exploration I found a few quick tips that make navigating the tray a bit easier. The easiest way to open the tray, of course, is to scroll to it and click it. That will reveal the contents of whatever tab you’re hovering over. If you’re still used to the old BlackBerry OS and click menu, you can just as easily click menu again to open the tray. Those are the easy, plain, boring ways. If you’re scrolling through the icons in the tray preview, you can reveal the entire tray by swiping down on the trackpad quickly, as though it were a touchscreen. Double clicking the menu key works here, too. Speaking of the tray preview, you can set the number of rows that display on the home screen. Just click menu and go to Options while you’re on the home screen. You can choose zero, one, or two rows of icons by default. I still prefer the one. It just looks a bit neater. The zero option is nice, too, though. One final tip. No matter where you are in the tray, you can go back to the All tab by pressing the End button.