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It's Firefox for me, simply because it has the right combination of add-ons that suit me way of working. Others might have similar options, but hey, why invest a lot of time to replace something that is not broken (yet?).
Have been using Opera since version 5.x I think. If someone asked why, I wouldn't even know what to say. I guess the comparison to an old friend explains it best, as somebody said about Firefox earlier.
Shame Opera have a good webdev addons update this year i even used it constantly for some time. FF/Chromium had crashes, flash plugin issues.. but old habits die sloow. Where is mine precious stable WebGL/HTML5 support $#@$$!@!!.. Grrr... As Adobe decided to freeze linux flash player on 11.4 version i think some changes coming in next year..
Surf is nice but WebKit and GTK are not. The same goes for Uzbl. They both do the best they can with it but the underlying technology is horrible. I've been looking for a fast and light browser for a long time and Links is the best I've ever seen. Images, session cookies and good HTML formatting is all a browser should do. CSS (which it does not support) is a big step up for web designers but in the end is just eye candy.