In the course of closing out the last remaining RSS reader options for an unusual setting, I put Safari for Windows through some simple tests as an RSS reader.
Wow, it's bad.
No, the RSS stuff is pretty good. Much better than Firefox 3, and probably comparable to IE 7.
Problem is, the was very flaky and slow to process the Sharepoint and Community Server feeds I gave it. If it clicked too many times during operations on the bookmarks and feeds it would crash.
I can see why Safari gets so little attention on XP. On OS X it's a reasonably competitive browser (I prefer Firefox because Google builds for FF), but on XP it's kind of bad.
Really, Apple should kill Safari on XP and focus on getting Webkit based Chrome working with Apple products.