Opera has just released their new Chromium based browser in their Opera Next browser (which is just their pre-release of a stable browser). They announced the move to WebKit and now to Blink (Google's fork of Webkit) several months ago and I was apprehensive, but hoping that they'd keep their browser at least slightly as functional and productive as it was then. To say the least, they didn't. You can read my full rant here if you'd like, but I'll cover a bit here: http://adeptgamer.com/forum/threads/opera-next-chromium-build.757/#post-9617 The most major thing I am missing is the developer tools. The one that is currently included is a slightly modified Chrome web inspector that isn't as functional as Opera's Dragonfly was. I'll probably be able to learn to use it, but I am going to miss the features and ease of use that Dragonfly offered, especially minor things like being able to close it with CTRL+W, without closing the tab. Another big feature is the tab management settings. Currently there is no tab stacking (grouping) and no pinning, both features that I made use of quite a bit with Opera. Pinning will probably make it into a future version, but I'm not sure whether tab stacks will, and that is one of the handiest features if you keep a few hundred browser tabs open at a given time. There is an obvious difference in speed however. The Chromium based Opera is much faster, and rendering is quite a bit better. I can also use sites that use to block Opera easily enough such as Google Docs, Google Music and Asana. Still doesn't make up for ruining my favorite browser .