I'm a big Safari fan, but it doesn't do a couple of things I really want it to do. Basically, I'm a very distractible person and I can't stand animated graphics blinking around the text I'm trying to read. Safari doesn't give you the option to turn off image animations and also it doesn't let you easily toggle plug ins on and off to stop flash animation ads. So I tried out Opera since it does those things, and it does indeed result in animation-free browsing, which is awesome. However, Opera also has some major usability problems which makes it a complete no go. For instance, in every other Mac application on the planet if you click the cursor at a location in a line of text and then pull downward slightly it completely selects the entirety of the rest of the line. Opera doesn't do this. And that's just one example, there are a zillion of these usability things that Opera completely fails at. I just want a browser like Safari in terms of it being clean and Mac-like software, but with the ability to disable animations. Why is this so difficult?