Sadly, it's needed... Rated 5 out of 5 stars

now that Firefox has pretty much become a totalitarian operation. Where money, or more precisely, the (fear of) loss of money keeps businesses in line when they start to ignore the needs of users and start to dictate what and how things should be this is not so with open source projects like Firefox. So in time a small group of sociopaths who enjoy the status and power will take control of the project, and eventually run it down, dictating users how and what to think, depriving them of choice and options. Despite the amount of code in Firefox growing exponentially, the options and choices users have have declined dramatically. So it goes...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very useful. The only ways it could be better is blacklist/whitelist for specific sites and perhaps handling those pesky whatever.php?arguments at least somehow - what with generated pages being the main reason for the whole "filename vs. title" headbutting.