And I found "FoxTab" to use for the Chrome-like Favorites tab. Works pretty well.
Just trying to see which browser works faster for browsing/twitter/facebook at work every day.
As far as actual page rendering and script processing performance, they are nearly indistinguishable now, but Chrome still has somewhat of an advantage with DNS pre-fetching (at least I don't think Firefox does this, not entirely sure). It can make a difference, but it doesn't always.
Firefox's UI has definitely gone more chrome-y, but they kept the stuff that - imo - makes FF a lot easier to interface with than Chrome. They also retained the amazing flexibility and customizability that Chrome has *always* lacked.
Don't get me wrong, I like Chrome, and there are things about it that I hope Firefox eventually implements (full sandboxing, process-per-tab) but it has always been and still remains a nice secondary browser for me.