Ars Technica has their look at an alternative internet browser called Mozilla.
The purpose of this review is to assess the win32 port of Mozilla 1.0 and its immediate successors (1.1a and .1b) as a milestone in the development of what may prove to be the greatest challenger to the Internet Explorer empire. We'll consider the pros and cons of Mozilla's core renderer, its implementation (Navigator), Mail, Chatzilla (an IRC client), and the bundle as a whole. This is going to be more than a "did it make me happy enough not to use Internet Explorer" review. We're also going to take this opportunity to assess Mozilla's own stated goals and their progress in achieving them. We'll also consider the viability of a Mozilla-like project in today's world.More information at Ars Technica