One thing I haven't seen any mention of about firmware 1.1.3 is whether or not they fixed any of the bugs in Safari and/or added any tweaks or changes. Obviously, I'm referring to Safari's notorious problem with opening new tabs. Or rather, problems. 1) If a link is set to open in a new tab or window, Safari does it just fine, creating a new tab and loading the link in it. However, if you go back to the tab from which the link was clicked, the address bar on the top shows the URL of the link instead of the page, and it acts as if it's trying to load that page (although it never succeeds). The X in the right doesn't work, and the only way to get rid of the address bar is to go to a new page. 2) Semi-randomly, if you leave a tab for too long, it loses the cache of the page it was on and needs to reload it. This is not a problem. What IS a problem is that whenever this happens, the tab ALSO loses every history data that was in the tab. In other words, the forward and back buttons grey out, and there is no way to go back to those pages without finding them in the history menu of the bookmarks. And when you combine problems 1 and 2, you get the wonderful phenomenon of opening a link in a new tab, then going back to the old tab to continue browsing where you left off, only to discover that that tab now loads the same page as the new tab you just looked at, and that you can't press back to get back to the page you want. So, anyone with a 1.1.3 know if these have been fixed?