seems to be, a XUL version of Ms Internet Explorer.
Which completely misses the point. It's not about how it looks, it's about how it functions. If having a home button on the toolbar makes it look less like Mozilla, it makes it function better. It's still Mozilla under the hood, just with a better interface.
Um, no, it's not just Mozilla with a different frontend, or it wouldn't be >= 20% faster. Granted that it is largely Mozilla under the hood, at this point, at least.
I guess I simplified things too much. My point was that it is NOT just "a XUL version of Ms Internet Explorer" as the previous post claimed.
i rather like browsers that are available in binary form, myself. it's generally the first feature i look for, especially when using Windows. :-)