I released a new version of the SeaGnome theme which makes the Seamonkey browser (Mozilla) blend in nicely with Fedora 8 using the Fedora/Gnome/Mist icon set.
If you want to try the browser pull up a shell and type 'yum install seamonkey'
You will find the default theme for the browser is pretty dated looking. Install the theme I wrote for it to update the look: http://markbokil.org/index.php?secti...uxseagnome.php
note: Seamonkey has a browser and a Mail application integrated so if you are a low memory user using XFCE or Fluxbox then this could save memory instead of running Firefox + Thunderbird for mail which has higher memory requirements.