I understand if Midori crashes you may want to use another browser, but it has been stable for me since at least the most recent upgrade, if not longer. And it is fast. (It is very evident on a slow machine.)
Yes, even with this crash it is still very usable. For the installed size (very small indeed), it is still very, very functional. If you deviate from Midori the next browser options are either barely functional with no java capabilities, and more, or very large programs with their installed size - iron or epiphany. Both iron and epiphany are close to 37 and 42mb installed.
I say to keep Midori, since it is not a OB mini problem - thanks Johnboy!
Desktop: AMD 3.6ghz X4, Gigabyte MB, 8GB ram, Multiple PCLOS's, 22.214.171.124-pclos3.pae.bfs
Server: Intel 3.4ghz X2, 4GB RAM, SATA, gnome2, *.pae.bfs, Headless, Servers: LAMP, FTP, Samba, Print, PXE, BT
HTPC: Phenom II X4 2.8ghz, 4GB Ram, 1TB SATA, PCLinuxOS-KDE, NVIDIA N220GT HDMI, *.pae.bfs