For those that don't know what Canary is, and don't feel like hunting for information on it, Google Chrome Canary is a version of the Chrome Browser they plan on releasing in the future. You can call it a "Beta" of sorts, however, it's a stable version of the browser that you can use. It's just not officially released as a real version of Chrome, yet. The cool thing about it is that it installs on your computer as a seperate browser, so if you ever felt that need that you don't want it on your computer anymore, you can uninstall it and it wouldn't effect your original installation of Chrome.
Current Chrome Users are on version 11, while Canary runs on version 13. What these canary versions do is rely on the consumers to use the product and any errors that come up are reported to the chrome developers to be fixed until the product becomes stable enough for an official release. This process keeps continuing. Pretty much why after a few short years Google is already working on version 13 of Chrome.
So, anyone running it? I just installed it on my Mac today and I am very impressed with the speed of it all.