To put it mildly, the LG G5 has struggled in the market. While it's not a terrible phone, it clearly leans on its modularity as its main selling point -- and there just aren't that many people willing to pay extra for a camera grip or sound module. Thankfully, LG has realized the error of its ways. A company spokesperson tells the Wall Street Journal that LG is aware of that less-than-positive feedback on the G5, and is "scaling back" the modularity for the G6. Instead, the focus is on "aesthetics and usability" -- making a good phone, in other words. It's not clear that this means killing modules outright, but it certainly sounds like that could happen.