I've been using it for almost 3 years, and it just gets better and better, with formatting xml responses, displaying images, reading AMF and so on. It's gold when developing with ajax or flash related server calls.
I like this solution, only that I agree with the comments saying the current approach is too specific to be used without thinking or testing. But maybe it's a good new starting point. As it fires once the DOM is ready, if not earlier, you'd have to check if you're complete or not. I can't come up with anything creative right now, possibly checking for some element at the bottom, in a loop, or something? Sounds terrible, I know.f2富二代官网入口