I've said all of this before, in bits and pieces, I suspect.
I use My Z as a portable browser. Sometimes for surfing or looking for info or reading OESF, sometimes to access my bank account, or secure files at work or remotely from my home server. I'm still looking for a perfect browser combo, as I'm convinced that a single browser won't do it all with aplomb.
For "heavy" multimedia browsing sessions, firefox is perfect. There is a lot of progress being made on plugins (ATM java, mplayer and some flash stuff can be used) and the software is from a big, live, project upstream. this is all to the good. the downside is long load times. It is noticably long to load in pdaXrom, and very noticably long in XQT. This causes problems when using it for quick access to web based apps, or as a reference tool.
Dillo and the GPE browser both render nicely and load quickly. neither connect securely, and can't handle secure web apps. good for reference, not so good for work or banking, etc..or even email
My current solution is to use cacko/pdaxqt with netfront, opera, and firefox under xqt (meanie is still working on the plugins, but I expect they'll be along eventually). I'd guess OZ users can do about the same with opie/xqt/gpe.
the X systems-- GPE and pdaXrom still need a lightweight, fast loading, secure browser to compliment firefox, in my opinion. Any one have any ideas on what might suit, or Is this some kind of personal issue of mine and everyone else is perfectly content?