You think BadBrowsersMustDie and you are looking for an alternative? (See below for text-based alternatives.)
A list of the most common browsers is given at [yahoo]
Notice that Amaya is not on the list. Beyond the fact that the proxy software doesn't quite work right and thus I can't use it at work, it displays all the GUI savvy and layout savvy of early Mosaic browsers. BTW, under Debian, you can still apt-get Mosaic.
I tried Galeon, Mozilla in summer 2001 and was not impressed. At home I use a TextBrowser, now, and at work I continue using Netscape 4.7. -- AlexSchroeder
I would highly recommend: Galeon, Konqueror, Mozilla, as primary browsers, in roughly that order. I've been using Galeon exclusively since ~March, 2001. More on my browser reviews and preferences at http://kmself.home.netcom.com/Linux/FAQs/browsers.html. --KarstenSelf 2 Oct 2001
I must definitely applaud KHTML as an impressive piece of work, and proof that there can be non-IE solutions. The trick now is to make non-Flash solutions. Of course, my input to the SVG working group is largely ignored, but I'm trying. ;) -- SunirShah