With AOL's loss of $99 billion and recognizable faces like Steve Case and Ted Turner, I am wondering what will happen with Mozilla. Thanks to Apple's Safari, KDE's KHTML renderer has gained a large mindshare over Mozilla's supposedly 'bloated' Gecko. Can AOL afford to ignore performance advantages of KHTML-based browsers? Mozilla is being squeezed between the Open Source and Microsoft. When KHTML-based browsers start appearing within a few months — Sun and Oracle are two prime suspects — news media's hoopla over them will nail shut Mozilla's coffin.