New services apparently include Marketplace, MyPhone and Outlook Live. There also appear to be a new Widgeting system in place.
Cosmetic enhancements includes finally a new and improved Windows Media Player which is now finally finger-friendly, and a much improved look to the scroll bar.
With what we have seen so far, I am beginning to be quite satisfied that Microsoft has actually heard the issues raised by actual Windows Mobile users, and are providing a sufficient response, maybe not enough to convince the media, but to show long-time users that they are finally getting their act together.
In these screenshots the honeycomb programs menu has been disabled, as it seems to be running a bit slow.
Read more in the PPCGeeks thread here.