Fotiman - 12:29 am on Dec 31, 2011 (gmt 0)
First, Chrome does not have a lot of "exploitable flaws" in it. In fact, recent security reports found that Chrome's sandboxing and plug-in security make it more secure than Firefox and IE.
Second, assuming that because it's Google means it's a privacy issue is just that... an assumption. This is the same age old tin-foil-hat-wearing argument that keeps being made without ANY data to support it. I wish people would stop making such statements without providing even a speck of supporting data. Otherwise, it's just silly rumors.
To get back on topic, though, I have not yet tried the latest FF. I keep meaning to give it another look, but I stopped using it a while ago because it just seemed so slow. I still use it for development purposes (you can't beat Firebug), but it's not the browser I use for day-to-day web browsing.