hehe, wait till Gothic sees this post
(making this post with lynx, btw)
Even though links,links2, and elinks have features like better table rendering and limited css support, i find that more sites work correctly with lynx. Lynx has some features that it's clones still lack.
That said, there is still lots of room for improvement. I dream of a text-based browser that can render all pages well and supports websites that use retarded(sorry, i mean modern) technologies. But no text-based browser has that as a design goal. Neither of all the mentioned projects aim to ever be a >full< browser that can support everything. Which is a shame really, but understandable. It would take immense amounts of work, and there's very little interest. That said, sites can be awesome to use when they are designed with lynx in mind. I wish dc had a lynx version
It would probably be useful for users of mobile devices too.