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I guess ems are the ‘correct’ way to do it. Start from a generic font size like ‘small’, possibly adjust it for IE, and them use ems to adjust the font-size in various elements form there.
Must confess tho that I like the idea of there being a method of setting sizes that is purely under the designer’s control – at least we have a choice then.