Somebody linked the Acid3 test earlier: might be interested in this - http://limi.net/articles/firefox-acid3/
Point being that some of the "standards" being tested in Acid3 are still up for debate.
It's only up for debate by Mozilla developers and Microsoft, naturally since their browsers don't score 100. The article uses some clever language such as this cute little bit:
Opera and Webkit implemented (very brokenly, in at least Opera’s case) a small subset of svg 1.1 Fonts; basically just enough to pass Acid3.
It's flowery language, and it makes me laugh. This is like the guy who gets a 97 on his physics test bitching that the last three questions weren't the kind of questions he liked and that the two students who got a 100 studied just enough to get those last three points. It makes him out to be a tremendous toolbag, especially considering that the post was in defense of Firefox 4, which got obsoleted in three months
because it was a buggy piece of shit. Way to go guys!
Eh, laugh if you want. I'll just say that as a guy who earns his bread doing development, it makes perfect sense to me. I'm not trying to pull "position of authority" on you or anything, just saying that the argument is perfectly legitimate, even if you don't like it.
EDIT: Also, are we really engaging in browser wars? Is that really a thing that is happening? Might as well argue about politics, you'll make as much progress.