Hi all, thought I would post this seeing as I couldn't find a guide for it on the net. I used a bunch of techniques and worked it out myself. Basically I wanted a Speed Dial type situation except without any plugins. It IS possible to have your own thumbnails for Safari's Top Sites. Here is mine currently: OK here we go. 1/ Edit all your top sites and pin them in place. Close Safari. 2/ Open Finder, Press ⌘⌃G (Cmd+Shift+G) and type: ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari/and Go. 3/ Open the Webpage Previews folder. 4/ Select all and Delete. 5/ Open Safari and let all the Top Sites thumbnails load. Close Safari. 6/ Go back to the Webpage Previews folder. Now you will have fresh images for just the top sites which will make editing them easier. There will be a JPEG and PNG for each site. 7/Open Terminal, Paste this and press enter: Code: defaults write com.apple.Safari DebugSnapshotsUpdatePolicy -int 2 This stops Safari from refreshing the thumbnails (to re-enable, remove " -int 2" from the end) 8/ Now to edit the thumbnails. This requires a little patience. This was my method which I think was quickest, however you can make them whatever you want. 9/ Just hit spacebar to preview the image to work out which site it is for. Drag both the jpg and png to an image editing program (I use Photoshop). 10/ Drag the logo for the site into the one of the image windows, resize to fit. 11/ Recolour background layer to suit and block out existing site preview. 12/ Merge Visible. This will make the image a single layer, and save (it should just save over the original automatically. You may have to set the quality for the jpg) 13/ Repeat for other preview. 14/ Drag next 2 previews into Photoshop and repeat. 15/ Once you have changed all your previews, open up Safari and admire your work. REMEMBER: Make sure you disable the thumbnail refreshing before editing, if you don't, Safari will update the thumbnails and delete your work.