I've been running Safari 3.0 for a while now, and I really like how fast it is, and how the new search feature works (better than Firefox), but I just noticed that it uses a lot more memory than the old Safari. Right now, after 2 hours of using Safari, it's taking up 152 MB of real RAM and 400 MB of virtual memory. That is a lot compared to Camino 1.5, and I believe it's more than the old version of Safari ever used. I really want to switch to Safari but I wish Apple would address the memory issues. I only have 1 gig of RAM here at home so 150 MB seems like too much for a web browser when I could use Camino which uses 40-60 MB max. UPDATE: Since I started writing this, Safari is using 160 MB of real ram!