I found a home button an added it. Unfortunately, it's stuck way over on the other side of the 30" screen. Not as useful as it might be. I'm guessing I can't even do such trivial customization as putting the refresh, home, and arrows all together on the left side to make the browser more productive...
It's too bad 'cause it SEEMS to run a bit faster than Firefox. But, the inability to customize even simple things, and the painful way it handles bookmarks are obstacles.
I'm used to having a bookmark list. My most recent additions are at the end. I use unsorted bookmarks for quick access to things like this forum discussions.
I know there are two schools of thought on software these days - there's the "you WILL NOT customize, you WILL adapt YOUR workflow to fit our software" - and there's the "customize our software to fit the way you work" school. At this point, it appears to me that Opera is largely in the first group. Which makes it harder for me to make it the first browser I grab when I need to get online.