Very strange indeed. I thought Google Chrome would never run Silverlight 2. Silverlight 2 is still in beta and I've not seen work from Microsoft to support Silverlight in Google Chrome. I even didn't need to install anything. Good work I think for the Silverlight team or Google Chrome. Besides this, I've used Google Chrome for a few hours, and I do like it. The interface should be intuitive, in my opinion it really is intuitive. I also like it's minimalistic approach. There seems to be no support for plugins written by third parties. I hope this changes soon, because I really would like a Delicious plugin like the one for Firefox.