That's a key tipping point. The Bing add-on for Firefox has 670,000 downloads and it's very early yet.
I wish Bing the best. I like the Home page design choices. The results that I am interested in tracking are pretty good, reasonably accurate IMO. So far, I like it. Have not used enough for serious searches to say if I will begin to reach for it first. Solid research results are key to turning me.
The competition of Firefox hasn't had much positive benefit with IE; still junk. But they've cracked the market and given us a great choice.
Love Google - but competition will be better for us - and Google if they are on the ball.
Would like to have seen Cuil do well, but I don't like the results at all. Didn't meet half the hype.
The typ0 Ging.com pops up some other search engine. Too lazy to check and see if they've been around or if Bing screwed up. B-G is an extremely common typ0. Would they really have missed that?