Hmm...maybe Microsoft should thank Mozilla for so neatly and repeatedly dropping the ball in order to create this opportunity for IE.
Which is good. Because Mozilla has strayed from much which made them so good originally - and many have felt they were long overdue for a wake up call. And since they don't seem to be listening to their users all that much, maybe they'll take a 'shot across the prow' from Microsoft a bit more seriously.
When products truly compete, they get better.
And we all benefit from that.