I think you need both a Dev mode and a Super dev mode environment for effective debugging. I use Chrome for Superdev and have a VM with IE 9 for Dev mode. Sometimes you get exceptions without a stack trace in the browser console under Superdev. You then need Eclipse and Dev mode to discover the cause. While Dev mode loads, go and make yourself a cup of tea.
I heard IE 9 is the quickest for Dev mode. It is still limited becauae Eclipse is liable to run out of memory if you make a change and refresh browser. Yes you can tinker with its memory settings, but this is tricky.
Superdev is getting better all the time as Chrome debugging tools improve. I am looking forward however, to being able to debug in Superdev within Eclipse.
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