Last month I made the decision that the developers would no longer support IE7 as its way below 10%. The differance in development times is quite a lot and allows more CSS3 based sites. I'm hoping to be able to tell everyone to ditch IE8 with in 6 months, when it is realistic to do so. In the last 6 months IE7 and IE8 have dropped like a lead ballon, and IE9 acceptance is pretty high. We support now. IE8, IE9, Firefox and Chrome. Everything else is a minority browser and thus not free to develop for. Any development work is thus Â£45/hour based on half hour rates. The thing is most of our clients don't care, its in the pack they get so they are aware, the ones that do when given the option chose to upgrade to a newer version themselves. I think in the last year we have only had 1 client who cared enough to pay for it, but we are saving hours of development time cutting out all the minority ones and allowing far better CSS3 based designs, which would then have to be recoded up in images/repositioned etc... and we are up front about it etc.. so no ones getting ripped off, and TBH no one cares. But my question is this. How many people still support the lot, and waste hours of development time in the process? IE6,IE7,IE8,IE9, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari? And which version of Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari will you cater for? Any why do it for free, if you do?