Okay so I’ve been using Firefox and Safari on my systems for quite a while now. I even tried Camino back in it’s beta days. I never really liked it compared to Safari for the mac.
Recently it turned 1.0.2, and is also a universal binary. I installed it on my new core duo Mac Mini and MacBook, and I really like it.
It loads up just as fast as Safari does, which (in terms of icon bounces) is about half a jump.
Some advantages it has over Safari, is that you can use all the AJAX-y stuff in many websites (including WordPress), opening links from gmail appear in a new tab (Safari does a new window), and built in web ad blocker.
It doesn’t allow plugins like Firefox, but it manages to keep a mac style. I think it is the best browser for the mac out there. Firefox is okay, but simply doesn’t pack the speed that Camino does.