Anyone trying to design a site that uses CSS knows how painful the IE experience is. IE7 is still a couple of years away, and even long before it becomes standard (if it ever does which so far it looks like it won't). Now there is a patch that auto rewrites a lot of the CSS that IE has trouble with. It is getting quite a bit of coverage even though it is till in alpha. It uses JS and addresses among others. It does it on the fly and all you have to do is add a snippet of code to your pages. That's it. A per website solution without relying on anything other then the user having JS enabled. See the list of CSS and other IE fixes. This looks like a great project that will make life a little easier for us web designers. For more info visit http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/ . If you use CSS heavily on your sites, you don't want to miss this one, trust me!