If you want something done right, do it yourself.

Frustrated with Internet Explorer’s pathetic support for the current Cascading Style Sheets specification, Dean Edwards decided to take matters into his own hands: he created an add-on for IE that dynamically rewrites any CSS-2 code it encounters so that IE can understand it and render it “correctly.”

It’s in early stages, but it seems to work very well, considering the fact that it’s a work-in-progress. His site also shows the current source code.

Wow. I’m impressed.