Firefox 3 isn’t quite out yet, but already there are some exciting plans for CSS implementation in future versions.
FF3.1 should see all the selectors (test them here), @media queries, text-shadow, font-stretch, and downloadable web fonts with @font-face; FF4 should add calc() and attr() values, along with the Animation and Transitions modules proposed by the Webkit team.
You can see a list of other planned implementations on the Mozilla Wiki.
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FF 3.1 already has text-shadow support (I’ve just checked with the latest nightly). You can now update the “Preview” page.
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[...] In a world dominated by Microsoft, and their policy of ignoring any web design standards, Firefox offers a breath of fresh air. It is fully compliant to W3C standards and fully supports CSS 2. Version 3.1 will offer even more and will start supporting CSS 3 selectors!. [...]