As I said to LarryV earlier, I'm in no hurry to download and install yet another browser on my machine. Sure, there's a lot of hype about Google's Chrome, but there's hyperbolic hype about everything Google does. I figured I'll wait for the bugs to get found and worked out. Sure enough, some have already materialized. Remember that browser carpet-bombing exploit vulnerability in Apple's Safari browser earlier this year, that they had to release a patch for? Chrome uses the same Webkit engine that Safari uses; and even though this was a known (and highly publicized) security hole, Google didn't bother patching it in Chrome. So yeah, if you got Chrome, enjoy it; I hear it's really fast. But like any other major software launch, I'll wait until it has a service pack or two under its belt.
EDIT: That being said, if any of you notice any oddities in the way Chrome handles HTML/CSS on LJ, especially the code generated by my Massive Tool, please let me know. I'll assume that it renders things more-or-less the way that Safari does until informed otherwise.