I keep bouncing between browsers, thought Boat Mini was my fav, now Dolphin HD... So I thought I'd do an interesting test on the 3 browsers I have on my Galaxy Player 5.0. I turned on Power Tudor to test average power consumed in an application. Then opened 4 browser URL's (Facebook, Google, My Yahoo, and Pbase), and within each opened one article or page or search. I timed each from opening the browser to exit. Same pages and searches in each. Boat Mini: 1 minute, 26 seconds, used 733 mW of juice XScope: 1 minute, 48 seconds, used 661 mW of juice Dolphin HD: 1 minute, 58 seconds, used 1040 mW of juice I never thought to look at battery drain of a browser, I always looked at speed (and UI). Probably needs a longer test to be more accurate (like 10 minutes in each browser)... I may do that later. I'm liking Xscope, all 3 were set to "android" UA, and it is the only one that you can pinch-zoom on the non-desktop pages, and the only one that lets you get rid of the notification bar (all the time). Boat-mini has a totally new UI on it's latest release, like it. Just thought I'd pass all these tidbits on.