GMail Good!

I'm very impressed with Google's new GMail service. It's the fastest and easiest webmail interface I've ever seen -- really, the first usable one I've come across. There are convenient keyboard shortcuts and javascript/DHTML tricks that streamline the mail workflow and minimize page refreshes. All messages are organized into conversation threads that expand and contract with a single click. As expected, Google did it right. If they add multiple identities and IMAP/POP access (I'm sure they'll charge for this, if it ever gets implemented), it could be the perfect mail solution for someone who checks mail both from a client and on the web*. As it exists now, the user experience is good enough to replace pretty much any native mail client.

*that is, if you don't mind the clauses in their privacy policy that are currently causing a little media mini-bloodbath...