I’m considering switching to EF from DTP, but the lack of a built-in browser is a major negative factor. I have hundreds of bookmarks in my DTP database and it’s convenient to be able to view the web pages within DTP. I realize they can be saved as Web Archives, but the nature of the web is that any web page is obsolete within a few days. Therefore, I prefer to simply store the bookmarks and have it open the latest version when I view the bookmark.
Another approach (not necessarily mutually exclusive) would be to provide an option for EF to automatically update the Web Archive each time you view it. I know there are scripts that can do this, but it’s an extra step to have to run a script to manually update it. It would be better if it just updated it automatically, perhaps no more than once per day. This could be the best of both worlds. It would enable you to store and index the web page content, yet each time you view it, it would fetch the latest version.
If you provided both these features, it would be an improvement over DTP’s bookmark/archive handling and I would certainly switch at that point.