Besides the fact that Mozilla is a non-profit (Which most people don't know.) with a mission of web standards
That doesn't stop them from making increasingly bone-headed decisions in the name of chasing scummy money (see: Yahoo, Pocket).
all around best browser for everyone but especialy for those of us who work in the IT industry.
What part of the "IT industry" do you work in that doesn't have any non-technical users who need support every 4-6 weeks because they fucked with the UI.. oh, I'm sorry, the UX... yet again?
Perhaps as important is that Webkit (Perhaps soon Project Spartan also.) needs competition and Mozilla's Gecko engine is just that, we are entering an age where Webkit will take a huge share of the browser pie so competition and diversity is key to our continued development.
Then maybe they should focus more on pulling Gecko out of the cesspit it's been marinading in, rather than wallowing in kitchen-sink me-tooism? Just a thought.