I used to hack on SkipStone, but became tired and frustrated with that after the other maintainer started adding a lot of unneccessary features and then eventually stopped working on it himself. So then I just used Mozilla. It was bulky and I wasn't too satisfied, but it got the job done. Galeon & Epiphany are interesting, but I'd much rather not have the huge featureset Galeon has, or the strange bookmarks system (at least to me) that Epiphany does. So, I stuck with Mozilla. And then wrote my own. So, a continuing tradition of egotistical project names, I released ishzilla yesterday. Who knows if itll be popular at all. I dont really care too much, it works for me and thats all I wrote it for.