Like many web users, I made the move from Internet Explorer to Firefox many years ago in the hunt for a more standard and secure web browser. Since then, Microsoft has put a lot of effort into improving Internet Explorer with version 7 and the soon to be released version 8, as well as Mozilla bringing out FireFox 3. Until now the choice for a Windows user was basically Firefox 3 or Internet Explorer 7. Then comes along Google releasing a whole new web browser based on Apple's Webkit Browser Engine. It would seem rather unexpected and suprising, considering how Google finances the Mozilla Foundation that they now are going into competetion. There are some benefits to using Chrome, the Apple Webkit engine it uses is one of the most up to date browser engines, which was the first to pass the Acid3 Test (Though not in a stable build) but the browser is still in its infancy and lacks the solid finish with support for Addons like Firefox and IE offer. Some may prefer to use Safari on Windows which Apple recently released and forced on iTunes users, though Apple havent quite relised that the Mac theme it uses doesnt fit into Windows making it look really out of place. That also uses the Webkit Engine. The big question it leaves open is for those FireFox users, are they going to stay loyal and stick to Mozilla with Firefox and the Gecko Engine? Or jump ship and join Google which many believe "Can never do wrong"? Please tell us about your experience with Chrome, and if its made you switch from your current web browser?