Okay, I've currently been going back and fourth* between Camino and Safari, but neither of those browsers currently meet my needs. Basically what I need is a browser that can render most pages reletivly well, as well as Safari or Camino, but that can both do rich text editing on supported sites and inline check as you type spell checking and it also needs to look like a good OS X application. Safari can handle the inline text editing, but for the exception of a very few sites(such as this forum) it can't do the rich text editing. Camino on the other hand can handle the rich text fields just fine, but it can't do the inline spell checking, though it is in some of the nightly builds, it isn't as good and Apple's built in checking. Camino also has other problems such occasional problems with plugins, and while it is often called a Cocoa based browser, that is only half true, it's actually a*kludged together hybrid of Cocoa, Carbon, and Gecko, which if why web page widgets(especially text boxes) don't seem quite right. Firefox has all the short comings of Camino, plus it's slower and even less Mac like. Opera is faster that Firefox and can do more rich text editing than Safari and can do spell checking, but not check as you type(I never take the time to actually run a spell check manually), and as far as its Mac-ness, it does have a better theme than Firefox, but it's still not a quite native and it shows, and that is even more*irritating to me since it looks close, but there are just little things I notice. I've also tried OmniWeb, but it basically seems to be Safari in a different dress as far as rendering web pages is concerned. Are there any other web browsers out there, specifically one that matches my criteria?