There's already been enough written about RockMelt to fill several books. Some love it, some like it and some are viewing it as Chrome with Facebook and Twitter attached.
My personal feelings after two days on the RockMelt train?
1) It might tempt me to go to Facebook more often (or at least look at others statuses).
2) It works .... and the team is working on making it better. (Keeping in mind that Google's Chrome works, and RockMelt is using the Chrome architecture).
3) I'd expect something slightly more revolutionary from the person that originally brought us Netscape, but then again, simplicity these days seems to be the ticket.
RockMelt rolled out slowly all day Monday on an invitation basis (and more invites are included in each install).
Logging in briefly this morning, it appears that the RockMelt team is listening and are already addressing user comments and concerns:
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In any event, the buzz is still alive but RockMelt still has a long way to go to win over users of other browsers.
You get the feeling that they're headed there.