Ok, I'm a Mac user and I would really like to use Safari more. Unfortunately, I can never get myself to switch from Firefox, because I keep finding loads of bugs/annoyances with Safari. I am using the latest version - Safari 4.0.3. Here are the bugs/problems: 1. In Firefox, links I click from iGogle open in a new tab automatically, without me holding down the Command key, or any key. In Safari, the links from iGoogle open in a whole new window! the only way I can prevent this from happening is to hold down the command key, which is a pain. 2. When I save a new bookmark to my bookmarks toolbar in Safari, it gets added to the very start of the toolbar instead of the end, causing me to have to manually move the bookmark to the end of the list. Firefox just adds all new bookmarks to the end of the list when I add them. 3. In Safari, bookmarks in the bookmarks toolbar cannot be re-arranged without having to go into the bookmarks menu. In Firefox, I can re-arrange them in the toolbar itself. 4. Page rendering in Safari isn't 100 percent. Take a look at this website using Safari: http://2fm.rte.ie/ Look at the right hand side, the "coverflow section." This is how Safari renders this section. Firstly, it starts the coverflow from left to right, instead of right to left. Secondly, the names of the songs aren't underneath it. (It is a radio station's website, showing you what songs were last played.) Now look at the website again, using Firefox: http://2fm.rte.ie/ Lastly, and probably most importantly, I must stress the need for apple to have an OFFICIAL plug-ins site for Safari. There are some available plug-ins for Safari, but they are too scattered around the internet for me to find them all! Apple needs to create a proper site, like what Mozilla have for Firefox add-ons. They should let developers upload their add-ons to this site, and let people rate, review them, download them, etc. With Chrome for Mac just around the corner, Apple need to start getting on the ball with Safari!