Have you picked up your iPad lately and wanted to find a open browser tab/window that you were looking at earlier? It used to be simple. Tap that button at the top and suddenly you have a visual reference that you could spot at two feet away to identify which was the correct browser tab/window. Apple's solution was extremely elegant and in my opinion was superior to the "tabbed browsing" offered by others. However, it seems to me that Apple wanted to check "tabbed browsing" off their list since the Android crowd was harping on the lack of tabbed browsing in iOS. The new solution requires me to hold the iPad closer to look at the partial web page title in the tab and then hope that those titles are descriptive and distinct enough to distinguish them from the other tabs. Under Apple's new tabbed browsing I find I am poking around a whole lot more between tabs to find the right web page. I get that some people like tabbed browsing, but at least give us the option to do it the old way too. The old way was one of the ways I felt iOS was superior to other mobile operating systems. What's more.... the old "multi-page/tabbed/window" browsing implementation from iOS4 took less screen real estate and let me see more of the webpage, especially in landscape orientation. This is one place where Apple has followed the competition when the competition was heading in the wrong direction. I cringed when I first saw this feature demoed and cross my fingers for settings to allow me to use the other means, and now that I am using it I hate it even more. I know that Scott Forstall said this was his "favorite" iOS 5 feature, but how do you folks feel about it? UPDATE: Summary of Drawbacks to Tabbed Browsing: Non-distinct or partial tab titles make it hard to find the right tab Screen Real Estate wasted (especially in landscape mode) No quick visual thumbnail of the page to identify it -- need to read/know title instead (and hold iPad closer) Poking around to find the right tab triggers page reloads of tabs you don't want and corresponding cache purging of the tab you do want.