I keep coming back to Safari
I've used lots of browsers in my time as my primary work machine has change from a Windows PC, to a Red Hat Linux desktop to a Mac. I haven't used Internet Explorer for a couple of years, but I have always had a copy of Firefox installed on each platform I've used. My experience was that if I developed a website and tested it in IE, it was more than likely not to work on other browsers. If, however, the development work was done on Firefox, it would be more likely to work in IE.
I've since moved to a Mac and started using Safari as my primary browser. It's fine for most things; the odd website baulks at it and I have to switch to Camino or Firefox. I've tried Flock and rather liked it's integration with Flickr and Blogger, but I ended up switching back to Safari. Why? Flock has come closest to getting me away from Safari but I found it's RSS support to be more unreliable than NetNewsWire Lite. I still haven't found a completely satisfactory RSS solution; Safari's is confusing and it won't let me look at the XML source code, but I still like the Safari browsing experience.
I am concerned that Safari will be left out with "Web 2.0" applications; several AJAX-enabled applications have been released only supporting IE and Firefox, such as Google's Spreadsheets Beta. How much further could this continue before Safari users become second-class web citizens? Perhaps Apple should abandon WebKit and use the Gecko engine in the next release of Safari, rather like Camino?