Hey guys, So I was looking around on this PowerMac G5 website, which I am sure some of you guys have seen (http://www.g5center.net/hardware.html). I looked at the browsers this guy recommended, and one in the corner of the page got my attention. The website creator says he has had little success with the ones listed, but I decided to check it out anyway. I could already tell the browser was gonna be light, as it took literally about 3 seconds to download the zip and open it... and--why--yes, it IS a very light browser. I used to credit Camino for being so light-weight, but it is long-gone by now. It is pretty bare, but still packs general features that you'd expect in a web browser. For some reason, I haven't had anything as successful as Leopard Webkit, but Stainless sure seems to be doing well and is a very snappy web browser. I have tested this for about 5 min. on my PowerMac G5, and later I'm gonna try it on an older Tiger machine. Check the browser out and see how it does on YOUR machines. Now, one thing that was expected, but did sadden me, is the fact that the developer of this browser has stopped working on it. Now, it isn't very out-of-date, but we all know what will happen to it once it is... SO, the developer has made it open-source in case anyone wants to continue the browser. Any devs out there who would be interested in this? I find that this would be a life-saving browser for older Tiger Macs, etc., as it is super light-weight and is pretty fast. We still have TenFourFox, but that is horribly laggy. I found Omniweb to be a good alternative on Tiger, but it is not going to last much longer on PPC. Anyway, if this is also your first time hearing about this browser, check it out and tell me what you think. If I currently had the knowledge the is required to continue this browser, I definitely would! EDIT: Found out that Stainless has no web-history-saving feature. xD I sadly could not test this out on an older Tiger machine though, since it appears to be Leopard-or-later.