With Apple comes features like Bonjour, a software application that gives you a view of your network on the fly. It's way easy.
These bundles that come along with Safari give folks a glimpse into Apple's software (see Jason O'Grady on Leopard specs). Much like iTunes, Safari could become a critical Windows app that usurps some of Microsoft's Windows capabilities. Safari tilts you toward Apple subliminally.
Full disclosure: I used to be an avid Safari user, but haven't seen the browser for a few months as I'm primarily a PC person for now--at least until I get a MacBook. I had a MacBook until November.
Now Safari on the Mac had its issues--some sites didn't work and it seemed crashy at time. Apple gives a nod to that fact and allows you to submit sites that don't work to Apple. Presumably these things will get fixed.
Other nice features include:
The ability to open a tab in a new window.
An easy view of all your plug-ins, including ones you probably didn't know about.
And the ability for private browsing.
Biggest gripe: Safari gives you no search box choices beyond Google and Yahoo.
Overall, it was nice to see Safari back on my desktop. Welcome back.