I can't believe that Microsoft is serious about IE7 being the new browser of choice for Windows users. I can't do shit with it! Specifically, I can't shuffle toolbars the way I want, and buttons are scattered all over the place. I mean, the visual components look nice, but I can't arrange them the way I want. On IE6, I have the top row split 30/70 between the menus and the Google Toolbar, and the second row split 20/80 between the basic navigation buttons (Back, Fwd, Stop, Refresh, Home) and the URL textbox. I get maximum functionality with minimum wasted space. Can I do this in IE7? No. I'd be willing to put up with having a third row dedicated to tabs (though I might find a way to use up empty space next to the Google Toolbar by putting the tabs there) but I can't make it work for me. It has to be a joke -- I'm waiting for Microsoft to say "Just kidding guys, here's the REAL IE7", or perhaps more likely "Sorry guys, we accidentally posted the Alpha testing version, here's the final version". Or I can use Firefox and kiss half my RAM goodbye, or I can use Opera and kiss my compatibility goodbye, or I can install Linux and kiss ALL of my existing software goodbye. What a deal.