I'm probably the biggest MSFT fan on the forums, but I just installed Firefox for my web browser. Too many times in IE I've hit the backspace button and seen a post I've been working on for a while vanish. Backspace is page back if the cursor is not in the text box (for some weird reason). In Firefox, you can disable this "feature". In Internet Explorer, you cannot. There's no doubt my cause was user error. I hit tab or somehow clicked outside the text box or something. But the fact is, I never, ever, ever use backspace to go back a page - I always mean axe the previous character. I always use it to delete characters. If IE allowed me to disable this "feature" I'd still be using IE. But now I see I even have a spell checker embedded in Firefox. Cool.