Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Well, I've been quite pleasantly surprised by NoScript! I like that I can temporarily and *easily* and *quickly* allow/disallow specific sites as needed, and I was incredibly surprised at how *many* other (unnecessary) sites that some pages will try to load... so I can *ban* them now! Haha! :)
Things load faster now, and I feel that NoScript helps the user to feel like they're in the driver's seat and that they have some control of what's going on in their browser, instead of just taking whatever cr@p that a website tries to throw at the user.
In summary, despite having previously avoided *all* add-ons (including NoScript and all other add-ons too) for a long time, now that I've finally tried NoScript, I am pleased with it. It has been working fine for me. In fact, if I continue to be as happy with NoScript as I am right now, I will probably donate a few $ to the author if I can overcome my paranoia about using PayPal, or maybe there is some other way to donate, I don't know (I'll ask later). Anyway, I haven't yet found anything annoying about NoScript, and it seems to work fine.
I have never used Flash nor have I ever tried to watch video stuff online (partly paranoia and mostly it's just that I have an incredible lack of interest in that sort of thing), and I have no intention to start doing any of that either, so I can't say how NoScript works with that. But for all the sites that I do visit, it's great :)