So, I've downloaded Opera 9. It's fast, it's slick, it's very nice, and it's not my default browser. Now, for some reason, Safari is not functioning correctly on my nice new Macbook. It's as if it's been uninstalled, but the icon is still sitting there. This doesn't normally bother me, since I use Firefox and almost never touch Safari. What bothers me is that, since I am unable to open Safari, I am also unable to set Opera as my new default browser. What twisted mind decided that it would be better to place the Default Browser Selection INSIDE Safari rather than in an Internet control panel, where it should be? So, now I have to wait until I get off work, go home, dig up my 10.4 install disk, and reinstall Safari, all so I can make sure that the system defaults to one of the two other browsers on my machine that is NOT Safari. Counter-intuitive, Apple. With all the other nice, natural things you put in the OS, this is absurd.