Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I don't understand why people say the 2.0.x version sucks. It is a vast improvement over the 0.9. First off 0.9 had a tendency to simply not work and it had problems syncing. That and I hated the annoying status bar icon thing in 0.9 and I'm glad it's gone in 2.0.

I run RIL on my iPhone and the new 2.0.x version syncs perfectly with it. It makes things very easy to tag them on my iPhone and Read It Later on my PC, which is exactly what this add-on is designed for. This version even remembers where on the page I was when I stopped reading.

The Google Reader integration is a major plus as many web sites are blocked at my workplace. With RIL I can simply tag them and read them when I get home (or on my iPhone).

For those complaining that RIL items are no longer stored in the Places (bookmarks) library, that's a good thing since the Places library stores not only your bookmarks, but browser history as well. Storing RIL items there just slows things down. Syncing with the latest RIL is so fast that sometimes I'm not sure it even did sync until I see it replicated on my iPhone.

The only thing I don't like is the yellow arrow icon. I agree the plus icon from the 2.0 beta was better, but that's a minor complaint.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.3).