You are welcome. :)
IE6 is just all around UGH and I agree; there really is no particular reason to let something like IE6 hold development back.
I want to clarify and say that my commentary on using older browsers and machinery and the like applies more to using Firefox 3.0 instead of Firefox 3.6 and using Flash 9 as opposed to Flash 10 rather than using a legacy browser like IE 6 or something like Flash 5.
I definitely don't agree with letting a sorely outdated and non-standards conforming browser like IE6 dictate how web development should go at all.
At the same time I also don't agree with how some web sites and web applications are developed to only allow the absolute newest of browsers, newest of etc, access them.
The release of Flash 10-necessary applications when Flash 10 was buggy as heck is something that comes to immediate mind. Users were forced to upgrade to a crash-happy buggy Flash 10 if they wanted to continue to use the service.
But yeah. Enough rambling. Just wanted to clarify. :)
I'd have thrown IE6 into the trashcan ages ago if I could.