I decided to split this request from my original post requesting userscripts support so I could elaborate a bit about this, and weigh the pros and cons. To me, userscripts go hand-in-hand with adblocking capabilities so it makes sense to me. So at any rate, any userscripts support should include the following; - All GM_ functions supported by Greasemonkey/Scriptish/Tampermonkey/Violentmonkey/etc. - Full unsafeWindow access for Chrome, Chromium, Opera, etc. - Tags supported by Greasemonkey (including @include, @match, @name, @exclude, @domain, etc.). - Custom tag to specify browser you want a specific userscript to work with (@browsers) setup like @browsers firefox, chrome, opera, ie in addition to a all option to work for all browsers. If there's no @browsers tag present, default to all. - Auto-update of userscripts with customizable variables (check every 12 hours, every day, every 2 days, every week, etc.) - Store userscripts in a directory that can be edited by global users with the option of per-user settings. - Ability to edit/modify existing userscripts with either an interface or a setting to setup a default external editor like Notepad or Notepad++. - Reload scripts button to reload scripts if you've been editing them. - Ability to write new userscripts with a default template in place. - Some kind of intercept for installing userscripts (user.js files) within every browser. - Perhaps some type of addition to the Assistant to toggle userscript(s) on a page/domain/etc. - A "scripts for this site" feature to the Assistant to search userscripts.org for scripts for the domain you're on at that moment. Now, those basic settings would give desirable userscript functionality. There is one more request to userscripts support which would be nice at some point, but isn't exactly needed to get userscripts to work; - Userstyles (Stylish) support for Firefox and Chrome. Of course, this would require perhaps the custom @browsers tag to specify the browser you want the userstyle(s) to work for. Fortunately, you can install *most* userstyles as userscripts so this isn't badly needed as long as that continues. It's quite a list, isn't it? I want to weigh the pros and cons of this idea now. Pros: - Would provide a cross-browser setup where you wouldn't need to bother with extensions for those browsers thus bringing additional overhead to the browser itself. - It'd spare you the hassle of updating userscripts if you have a lot of userscripts and you use more than 3 browsers. - There is no actively developed cross-browser Greasemonkey-like application which can potentially be very appealing to users which provides an additional incentive to purchase a Adguard license. With SSL filtering coming and if userscripts were supported, why would anyone consider similar applications like Ad Muncher? - This goes with the above in a way, but supporting userscripts (and SSL filtering) would give Adguard way more exposure on tech sites, perhaps like Neowin. - There's also no actively developed Greasemonkey-like application for Internet Explorer. There's IEPro which does work to an extent in Internet Explorer but it's a few years old and very buggy and bloated with BHO crap. - Would provide new features to websites (like YouTube) and allow users to customize websites to their hearts content, thus giving the user the ultimate user experience and control over their internet experience. Cons: - As of right now (haven't tried IE11 yet) userscript support is limited in Internet Explorer. This will probably change in the future (again, would need to test IE11 of its capabilities). But when using IEPro there's a good deal of userscripts that I've tested that works fine. Would need some kind of warning for IE users for this 'issue'. - Would require updates whenever there's new Greasemonkey GM_ functions and/or tags to add. - Might add more overhead to filtering/browsing, but probably won't be noticeable if you already use a Greasemonkey extension of some type. Thoughts? Anything I didn't cover? Anymore pros and cons to add? I'd like to get feedback on this idea, thanks.