1) You complain that you keep getting email about how your bug is progressing. A rational person who reported bugs would probably be interested in the progress that's being made. If you're not, then I'm sure there's an option that says, "Don't notify me about these things." My mail from bugzilla has never had these problems that you describe and I've been happy to see how quickly bugs I report get fixed.
2) Mozilla is a browser. It just happens to be a browser that you can layer lots of cool stuff on top of. If you don't like it or think that somehow having a mail client available destroys your browsing experience, either download the source and compile it yourself or find another browser and quit whining. If you're not using Mozilla, you have no right to whine. That's right, you have to be using it now, like I am doing in writing this message.
That's on two computers, a P2/233 96MB RAM and a P3/800 512MB. Both usable. Get a nightly build and see how much Mozilla has changed from a year ago when you tried to use it. And remember that you can't whine unless you're using it.
3) Cross-platform support is a good thing. I don't know what you're trying to imply with this one. And speaking from my development experience with the PalmOS, Mozilla will never get ported to it; things work too differently. Port lynx if you want a just browser.
4) The nightlies segfault for you on startup? Maybe you should try to find out why rather than complaining about it. This is what open source is all about. Compile times? Mozilla's a big project and does a lot of cool stuff. Your kernel's roughly the same source size as Mozilla. You don't seem to have any problem with that. And there's nothing wrong with wanting your personal config files to have the proper permissions on them. It's a nonissue.
Always remember that if there wasn't Mozilla, there would have never been Galeon.
No, I don't drive an SUV. I think they're a menace to other cars on the road and they need too much gasoline. Cost mucho dinero, too.
Is this relevant to the editorial at hand? No.