Hey!! Is the Chrome stealing Chrome?
The best thing I can say, the most general, is that in the past Chrome felt like a tinny toy. It still looks like a toy; but now I have to say that rather than tinny, it feels nimble.
More important, it handled the two requirements of my blog work - hot links and graphics - with ease.
The big benefit over SeaMonkey is that Roboform works in Chrome. For SeaMonkey all Roboform offers is their on line thing. I will not use that.
I set up Chrome to handle my ScienceSprings account at Twitter, leaving MusicSprings on Facebook.
If I can get past one hurdle at work, I may test it there as a default. Firefox remains my default on six machines at the moment, with SeaMonkey the default on the seventh. That last machine will remain with SeaMonkey as the default, the work machine may go from Firefox to Chrome for a one month test as default, if I can get past one hurdle, how it handles an existing AMEX account.