Unfortunately, although the Chrome browser is noticeably faster than the others, it still lacks one major feature for the serious user, and that is integration with Roboform. Not many people are prepared to trust the built-in password features of a browser, albeit a completely new one. As it's "new", it could also have uknown security bugs, and also many people are suspicious of the way Google likes to collect and hang on to information. I'll keep using Chrome for it's speed from time to time, but for my day-to-day work, I'll be sticking with Flock and Firefox.
There's some interesting debate on the Roboform/Chrome issue here: