Just one thought, especialy to the guy who said "Doesn't track you! Enough said!"
Um, if it's not tracking me, why is it the only privacy search engine that keeps putting a ton of cookies on my machine. Well, it tries to and then my privacy extensions stop it. My other five private search engines don't attempt to plant a single cookie with the exception of if I customize the default search and it offers the option to leave a settings cookie, however you can choose to have your settings in the URL and leave zero cookies, so what's up with this search and cookies. I'll have to go see what data they're planting.
NOTE: Every single privacy related utility, especially a search engine should beusing the POST method always and NEVER the viewable in the URL GET method. Just plain stupid. Also, using https is nothing to brag about it's simply default behavior for EVERY SINGLE privacy search on the planet. If it wasn't always using https then I would assume the developers were mentally unfit to write code.
As a web developer and life long coder, this one kind of falls flat compared to what I expect from a search that dares to use terms like private or non-tracking.