Hmmm... I'm now using the latest version of Chrome (the beta version - 4.xx if I recall correctly) and it's working fine. This version even supports some extensions and add-ons, so I've added the Facebook interface extension and my Facebook page looks so sleek now!
I don't like the typical blue colour theme of Chrome so I could actually change the theme to black and when you mouse over inactive tabs, they light up more visibly and it gives an Aero feel (to me, at least) considering the fact that I run on Windows XP. Hehe...
In all, I'm happy with how Chrome works. It starts up quicker for me as compared to Mozilla Firefox, its design is quite nice (I don't like the blue bar that shows above the menu bar), I love the animations when you close and open tabs, etc. Basically it's got everything that I need.
Unfortunately the "Oops, the site is not found" page annoys me very much, for some reason. I'd rather see the "Unable to load site" page that Firefox displays.
And I can't understand why the Blogger logo thumbnail in signatures is bigger than the other logo thumbnails. Is that Google's intention to promote