Originally Posted by don
Rovahfarm's site seems to work great for me - nothing fancy but a good combo of description/picture/selection. And Trevor always seems to be available.
I have to admit that I consider Rovahfarm's web site front end to be a little weak (for example, most part pictures don't load properly, and there's no price on a search results) but the search works with LR part numbers and cross references, the service is great, the prices are low, and they ship very, very fast.
RDS sadly has an even more simplistic web site. It is basically a "menu" of common parts. Then you can email George and ask for specific things, but there's no way to search inventory.
I think that web sites can become way too complicated. IMHO Browser compatibility is one of those things that should be solved with simplicity of the user interface, as opposed to switching big pieces of .NET code on browser type.