So if you are interested in a browser for Mac OS X that offers site-specific preferences, tabbed browsing with useful previews, convenient saving of sites as PDFs, user-definable shortcuts for sites and versatile handling of cookies and which doesn’t feel alien to the Mac environment (hello Firefox!), you definitely give it a try.
Of course, the browser has some flaws, one of the worst being the shortcut “Cmd-R” in the Download Manager. Is that “R” for “Reveal the downloaded file” as one might think (since that would be in harmony with the use of Cmd-R in other Mac applications)? No, that’s “R” for “Repeat the download right from the start, but first immediately erase the already downloaded file”. Argh! You learn to stumble over Cmd-R, in the same way that, thanks to the abundance of illiterate morons on the internet, you learn to do a double-take every time you see the words “your” and “you’re”.
But despite that and a few other niggles – which are in any case due to be addressed in the forthcoming version 6 – this remains the best Web browser for the Mac.