Aww. I liked Chrome. A lot. I even made it my primary browser. I liked the algorithmic home tab page. (It shows you little thumbnails of the pages you go to the most. Smart. It helps me get to where I most likely want to go.) I also really enjoyed the faster rendering. I even tore tabs into other application windows. I was getting used to the Chrome way of things. It was nice.
For the most part, Chrome delivers. It's a great first release of a beta into a mature commodity market.
But today, I returned to Firefox. Chrome has the following problems that I just can't get past:
No native ATOM/RSS support. (Seriously- Are feeds not the most important modern feature of the web?)
Immature Bookmarking system. (no plugins (Foxmarks/Delicious) to workaround this, either).
Rare AJAX incompatibility with all other browsers. (Chrome doesn't support the AJAX drag-and-drop in Netflix's queues, for example.)
Chrome, I'll be keeping an eye on you, and with major releases, I'll come back and give you another go. Good luck, there.