Anyway, browsers again. One new one, one old face, SwiftFox, and Chromium.
SwiftFox is similar to SwiftWeasel mentioned before, except it seems to be more up to date, and do a better job. However, like any mozilla-based browser, it suffers from excessive memory and processor use.
Chromium I said before due to it's lack of Flash support, I didn't use much. I've since solved that, and also found a way to get one of my favourite FireFox extensions work too - StumbleUpon.
Firstly, StumbleUpon. I'm not going to hide where I found out, so here's the page it's on.
Now for Flash. It turns out, there's a really simple way to do this.
If you'd rather get it from the same place I did, click here.
If not, and you're running a debian, ubuntu, or a box based on either of them, then read on.
1: Download the .tar.gz flash 10 from Adobe
2: Extract the file inside, and make sure you know how to reach where it is in a terminal.
3: Enter this command:
sudo cp ~/Downloads/libflashplayer.so /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins
(Replace ~/Downloads/ with the path to the extracted file.
4: run Chromium with the command:
If you use a menu item or desktop launcher or any kind of launcher, just edit the command that uses.
A caveat, however. Since enabling Flash in Chromium, it's become slightly less stable, and there's the added inconvenience of flash Ads, but that's all.