I don't know if anyone ever used Opera. I used it briefly, mostly when there was still a huge gap in the browser market. When Firefox was still fledgling and hopeful, before Chrome was released. Well, the former CEO of Opera has restarted his dream. Left his old company and created Vivaldi. I'm downloading now. Vivaldi is only in beta, the download is a Tech preview*. Full customization, as well as keyboard shortcuts that are fully customizable. And, they are working on Spatial Navigation, which is navigating the web AND browser with just your keyboard. Useful on laptops mostly. Plus many more features. [Vivaldi is available on Mac, Linux, and Windows.] So far, it looks decent. Uses far less RAM compared to Chrome. Given more development, I'd actually say it'll be my daily driver. Chrome is becoming more and more bloated (and a resource-hog). I'll post back after I've run Vivaldi through it's paces and see how it reacts to various web pages and situations. As well as how customizable it is in its current build. *A lot of the features aren't functional just yet. Additionally, the build may not be 100% stable, so download at your own risk. Update: After messing around with it a bit, it's fairly nice. Much faster page loads than Chrome in some instances. I'm actually impressed by the UI. I'll make a list of keyboard shortcuts (default) for navigating without a mouse. I'll upload some screenies as well. Screenies: Spoiler Tabs, address bar, etc are movable. Side/bottom/top placement as well as completely disabling them. Notes. Can't really say much else, but I do like having this feature handy like this.