Chrome is built from Google's opensource project Chromium. I installed it and give it a whirl, it's definetly buggy as hell. (The search bar stopped working randomly etc.) But some of the cooler features like dragging a tab off the tab-bar to create a new window worked well; dragging the window back to the tab-bar also works.
When I first got my MacBook Pro I was stoked. Everything was awesome, until I tried to watch/edit/do anything with video that I shot on my Casio Exlim digital camera. The camera shot video in a .AVI format, however it wasn't a 100% standard .AVI. I tore my hair out for hours. I cursed Macs. After a few days I had calmed down enough to starts the Internets... Then I found Perian, and I've never looked back.
I love Cyberduck, and I've only begun to scratch the surface. It's an excellent Mac OSX FTP application that is very reliable and easy to use. It has really advanced features that I have yet to find the time to explore.
Give it a try. And if you find it useful donate a few bucks.
This might come in handy if someone emails you a file saved as a .docx or pptx or whatever the other new fangled file extensions are. I'm currently running NeoOffice so this could come in handy for me sometime. Maybe it could help you out.