Hey folks, I'm considering purchasing OmniWeb to use for research. I compile information from many different news sites, and so in a typical day of research I can have over 50 tabs open. Since I can't read and compile all of that in a day, so I need to have a reliable mechanism of storing/caching the news articles in the browser for later analysis. It seems that OmniWeb is capable of handling such tab loads, but I have a question about its caching ability. In the demo videos on the site, OmniWeb is shown to save a Workspace, quit the browser, then relaunch with the workspace and pages immediately loaded. From this I got the impression that the pages were saved/cached on disk. However, when I try it, loading some pages, snapshot a Workspace, then quit and relaunch, all the pages have to be re-fetched.... so they're not being saved. If I quit, disconnect from the net, then relaunch, none of the pages load. (I need the ability to view the pages offline, in the browser w/ the URLs intact) So I am asking, is there way to get OmniWeb to cache the pages in a Workspace? I don't need images, just the text. (Opera does this, but the feature is unpredictable, thus I'm looking for alternatives) Thanks for any help!