Yeah I hope they can get sync issues under control, it still seems rather wonky especially when syncing between opera pc and android. my android device randomly doesn't show up in 'other speed dials' and tab sync ui. I've yet to have any duplicated bookmarks though
My solution is to run the portable version of Opera and just dump the whole thing in Dropbox. Works great on fast fiber connection, but when I am the road on public wifi, it's pretty slow. I tried moving the cache outside of Dropbox, but it then i have to login to opera sync account every time I switch computers (apparently session credentials are stored in the cache).
It's a kludge, but, it syncs speed dial bookmarks - that makes me happy.
A interface dos dois é diferente, só um pouco, mas é... No Coast a navegação é por gestos e as funções são acessadas de maneiras diferentes, no Opera Mini a interface é mais convencional (barra de navegação, de endereços, acesso às abas, etc).
I don't know how effective your call to vote will be. I, for one, voted for Firefox, since the vote appears to be concerned with the most recent version.
Interestingly Opera was first or second in the 2010 - 2012 editions of that poll. Firefox/Chrome split 2013, and are on pace to do so this year as well. But it's hardly a scientific poll, and it looks like the number of votes being received is fairly low, so that can be taken with a grain of salt. Being linked to on a couple of forums that favor a particular browser could easily turn the tide.