I just upgraded my Galaxy Tab 10.1 from Samsung's 3.2 variation to CyanogenMod's ICS RC1. Most everything seems a little slicker or simpler. However, there is one big shortcoming: it seems impossible to efficiently add multiple icons to the home screen. From home, I have to hit the "apps" button in the top-right, find the app icon, long-press it, then drag it to the right place. And repeat. On the 3.2 ROM, I could just drag icons onto "mini" homescreens on the top half of the app list page. (Is this a feature of Samsung's TouchWiz and not part of default Honeycomb?)
I've restored all my apps, so they're installed, but none are on the rather barren homescreen. I had them somewhat organized across the 5 pages under 3.2, and I'd like to get that organization back.
Am I missing something in the CM/ICS UI that makes this easier? Are there 3rd party apps that make this easier? (Is the ICS homescreen the default, or specific to Cyanogenmod?) Are the config files editable?