11 pages here, been that way from my first WiiFi unit and syncing with iTunes.
It copied all my apps and made an overflow so i removed all the apps not being used currently and have kept it down to 11 since.
I then rotate out what is phased out as I replace certain apps with either iPad updates or ones that just take over old iPhone app uses.
After getting the 3G i cloned the WiFi setup to it and again sorted apps to reduce clutter and to more mainstream the function of this particular iPad as my mobile office suite.
I still have apps on my main 3GS that the iPad can't do and others on the test iPhones I use for developing. I would probably delete some apps that are not used any longer, but for fear of having to pay for otherwise once free apps again once they are perhaps worthy updates, I just keep them around.
I'm sure we all have junk apps that never get tossed until they have a use or a new outlook and then there are those that just seem like they were forgotten by the devs that made them.