This may be more trouble than it's worth for some, but I loved this idea so I'll share it anyways.
Google Chrome supports user scripts, we all know that, but when I saw that I've installed about 2 dozen scripts and cluttering my extensions page, I thought if there was a better way to condense them.
This took much trial and error, but I created a single file and called it "Userscripts.user.js". At the top, I added:
// @name Userscripts
Then I copied/pasted each userscript, making sure to add the "//"+the name of the script before it. In the description, I added the name of each script in the file, and voila, all the scripts still work, there's been no hiccups or anything like that, and it's just one file.
Whenever I just want to add something new, I make sure it works first, add it into this file, and update it in Chrome.
I like this because it just cleans up Chrome, but believe me, it's much easier to just install each script separately. This is just for the neat-freaks out there, like me, and the masochistic.