Well, I’ve tried it for over a week, but I’m removing it now. That’s the A9 Toolbar for Firefox. The thing is just so freakin’ slow that it makes Firefox unusable. I was originally very excited about it because it can keep bookmarks synchronized on different computers running Firefox. Maybe I have more bookmarks loaded into the thing than it’s designed for. Anyhow, I’m dumping the A9 toolbar and now I’m going to use the Bookmarks Synchronizer extension for Firefox. It keeps bookmarks in sync by putting them on an FTP server of your choice, then when your browser starts or stops, it re-synchronizes and merges.