One of...no, the most common complaint about RIM's BlackBerry operating system is how boring it is. It's not jaw-dropping, nor does it beat webOS, iPhone, or Android at much (beyond messaging, which it is fantastic at). That being said, I think RIM realizes the need to innovate in order to be successful, and I think they're working on it for OS 6.0.
During the "Super Apps" portion of RIM's webinar for developers last week, the company showed off a Storm unit that was sporting a completely different OS than what we're used to. That being said, the official position of the company is that the picture was intended for mockup purposes only. There are a few features in the picture above that I'd like to see in RIM's next generation OS, however.
Could this be an OS 6.0 image in disguise? Guess we'll find out someday.