Safari has one absolutely great feature no one else seems to have talked about yet.
The in-page search really stands out now. In Safari 2 and the other browsers I've used the in-page search has been rather understated: a simple highlight, that may be in the middle or bottom on the page never consistent and often plain hard to find.
Safari 3 changes all that.
No only is the page darkened and the word highlighted in orange with a white background, it is also magnified. As you got to the next one the previous one is still highlighted so you can see where you just were.
I really like this and it is great. I can't remember how often I've searched and missed something because the highlighting wasn't noticeable enough.
Great job Apple, but why didn't you mention this?