I've become quite enamored with Safari. I've been using it since it was released and have become quite used to it. If you've been using Safari for a while now, try going back to Internet Explorer. It was horrendously slow and did strange things while rendering a web page. Blank white pags, white spots that would reappear only after scrolling, etc. The goofy tab things on the side (did anyone actually use the Scrapbook and the Search tab? Some of the cool things in Safari: Snapback. I scoffed at this at first. It is pretty clever. Use it here at HTF. Post a reply to a thread. The php code sends you to a processing page and then reloads the thread. Who wants to see the thread? You want to go back to the forum. After posting, hit the Snapback. Voila! Integrated Google box - This incredibly useful in its own right but try clicking the little magnifying glass in the box. You get a list of all the searches you've done. Block Popup Windows - This is an obvious feature in any web browser. Apple puts it right there in the app menu so you don't have to hunt pref boxes when you need to turn it off or on. Empty Cache and Clear History as menu selections - again, no need to bury these in a Preferences box. Easily accessible Tabs - tabs are great but apple really nailed the tab thing. The best bookmark manager - There is no bookmark manager I have seen that comes close to rivaling Safari. Activity Viewer - When you do a lot of web surfing (or developing), this is very useful. Spell Check - Ctrl-Click any text box in a form and check your spelling. What do you like?