I've found that I've gotten into the habit of trying all sorts of different browsers. Depending on my mood, I'll use OmniWeb, IE, Netscape, Mozilla, etc... It's really good to test out work on multiple browsers, but can be a pain in the a$$ on a daily use basis. For example, let's say I use IE most of the time, and my bookmarks are all nicely orgainzed in IE. Now, let's say I'm browsing in OmniWeb, and I come across a new site that I really like and want to bookmark. I can easily do this in OmniWeb, but of course, that bookmark won't show up in IE. So, here's what I'm suggesting. Would it be possible to use a "Service" within OS X that would allow the user to have one master bookmark or favorites list that all other browers referenced? Sort of like the master dictionary that multiple programs can reference for custom spellings. Then, you could browse on different programs, and not have to worry about exporting and importing updated bookmarks. Or even more useful would be to have that master list meticulously organized on a server so that multiple people in your office could add as needed, like an online library of useful links updated in realtime with the click of a "Add Page to Bookmarks". What do you guys think?