The conditional comments idea seems to be bringing in another stylesheet anyway.
Is there any way to do this with just one stylesheet? Before IE7, this was easily done. I could keep IE6 in Strict mode, but feed it other styles within the single stylesheet using either stars or CSS signatures or child selectors/combinators...
I saw someone once use conditionals to wrap an invisible table around en element that needed to act visually like a table (height of a single child setting the total height, expanding to accomodate content...). Is this a better way??
(I've got a menu that I would like to keep a menu, but currently want to act like a table... and IE doesn't understand display: table so I'd like to feed the smarter browsers the better-working display: table and give IE the not-quit-as-good float model, as well as have the freedom to change the thing entirely on the print.css which I couldn't get easily with a real table.)