goona browser is a gecko-based browser written in c++ with skinned ui similar to google chrome and based on 1.9 trunk. the browser is quite responsive and uses own dialogs and menus and not reliant on any xul ui.
it's still a very raw alpha, with many functions not yet working and memory usage is a bit on the high side.. however goona can support np plugins, just copy any plugin to its root\xul runner\plugins and wit will automatically detect it.. flash runs without problems.
one of its few working functions and a very nifty one is a "site explorer' which displays the source code in a tree in a similar way to advanced html/css editors..you can even edit and preview your changes by clicking the "design tab".
skined applications, especially browsers are notorious for redraw bugs and unfortunately goona is no exception, however compared to orca or iron se..the redraw problems in goona are acceptable considering it's an alpha
very promising and if you like gecko and the wacky chrome look then you should watch this one
download from http://sourceforge.net/projects/goonabrowser/
another google inspired browser but trident-based is lataza.
another skinned browser which has done a perfect job of mimicking the google chrome look. lataza is a full-featured and fully functional browser which was a joy to test. the browser has several shortcuts in the status bar to zoom, view google rank, alexa ratings, ad blocker, proxy configuration and an image capture
in it's options "window" which opens in a new tab in the browser or ala gecko style address tw:config (like the world browser, and it seems the browser has some of its roots in twb) you can change the colour of the ui by saturation and brightness sliders so compared to gogole chrome you din't need skins to change the colours to any shade you desire which makes a lot of sense in a skin like that
there are a lot of other options and amenities like mouse gestures, a built in task manager but one of its most impressive features is tab/window process manager.
this is a quite nice browser and its only drawback is the trident engine especially if you're using an old one like ie6.. if you like to keep and use this browser, then it's worth considering updating internet explorer to version 8 to give lataza its full potential.
though skinned, lataza did not suffer from any redraw bugs and suprising this impressive browser is released as alpha.. the chrome devs should learn a few things from mr. lataza when it comes to skinning apis