GBrowser Top 10 Wishlist

The rumor of Googles GBrowser persist. And now that AOL is launching yet another browser but with some very fancy functionality (click on highlighting of all links, easy zoom-in/out of text, gestures enhancements, etc), it might be appropriate to release a Top 10 Features for GBrowser Wishlist. Here they are in order of importance:
1)Adhere strictly to W3C , ECMA, and other Web standards;
2)Implement and enable XPath, XSD, and XQuery to become a local as well as Web data transfer and exchange center;
3)Adhere strictly to W3C , ECMA, and other Web standards;
4)Expand JavaScript and DOM standard implementation to include BEA proposed XML extensions in JavaScript plus complete DOM2 and expanded DOM/XML notation;
5)Adhere strictly to W3C , ECMA, and other Web standards;
6)Deliver cross platform functionality to at least: Windows, Mac, Linux, Palm;
7)Adhere strictly to W3C , ECMA, and other Web standards;
8)Implement and enable SVG for graphics, charting and mapping;
9)Adhere strictly to W3C , ECMA, and other Web standards;
10)Support multiple tilable (like dashboards) browser windows including the ability to save the workspace layout of each window and its connection (local or remote) for recall – a SuperBookmark function;
Now if the designers and developers at Mozilla and Opera want to cheat sheet and borrow some of these ideas – that is fine by me.

(c)JBSurveyer