YouTube - BoxorHD for DreamBoard
This is a slick theme for Dreamboard that will rock your socks off. falcon212 has created an incredibly easy to customize theme, including a weather widget which doesn't require any nasty text editing.
Speaking of text editing and customization, the theme has a great walkthrough for those that wish to get the most from this theme. Included PSD files to create your own icons as well. The theme also includes a WebWidget switcher (Facebook, Google and Twitter), a rotating RSS feeds reader (configurable), Live Clock Icon, PhotoLive Box (the photos are directly pull from stock photo app) and much more. (CREDIT to @mouse0270 for PhotoLive widget add-on with fading effect.)
For those of you with white iPhones, this theme also comes in White.
Find Boxor HD in Cydia for $2.49. Check out the forum thread here.
Jahooba has created a create theme set for the iPhone 4 called Neurotech HD, which I'm sure some of you have heard of. "Neurotech [HD] was built with professional computer drafting tools and 3D rendering software to take full advantage of Apple's brilliant Retina Display." says Jahooba. "It's a theme with what I call a "dark-techno" vibe. Stylistically my designs are an eclectic mix of Frank Lloyd Wright, TRON, MechWarrior, and modern futurist art. It really has to be seen on the Retina Display to be believed!"
The theme contains high-resolution lockscreens, wallpapers, status bar, battery, dialer, compass, calculator, music player + lockscreen controls, weather, chat bubbles, and semi-transparent icons. Jahooba plans to keep the goodies coming with continual updates and new features.
There is also an SBSettings theme included, which looks super smooth when set up with the theme.
Neurotech [HD] is available now in the Cydia Store & Themeit for $2.49
Zausser and iEFX/bAdGb
Redline is a futuristic inspired theme for your iDevice created by Zausser. The theme has come a long way since it's initial release and is starting to look very well polished. Featuring a black and red based color scheme, the final result is rather techy and transitions nicely with the rest of the assets.
Check out the original thread here.