One of the downsides of using WebKit over TenFourFox is that, as one guy here says, it isn't as customizable. It's not as customizable, you can't tweak the inner workings, you can't easily get extensions (for the version we're limited to), and it's more prone to crashing when overloaded thanks to the engine differences between the two browsers. Safari just isn't built as rugged as Firefox is, so therefore, this has presented a need in many people to alternate between browsers when most fitting. Well unfortunately, I didn't find a great browser that merges the two applications. But I did find something that at least slightly bridges the gap between them. Behold. http://floppymoose.com/ It doesn't do a perfect job, one or two ads still slip through the cracks, but from what I've experienced, it's better than GlimmerBlocker. Instant results with a difference you can notice, and so far, it's the best adblocker for Safari I've used. So that should make Leopard-Webkit run even faster now, which I think is helpful. --- Post Merged, Jun 20, 2018 --- Case in point: While posting this thread, WebKit crashed on me, which could have resulted in all that text being lost. I believe I remember now why I always deferred to TenFourFox instead.