We use CSS3 transitions and animations on a bunch of stuff. We know that in < IE10 that those elements will just snap into place and think that’s perfectly acceptable.
I will use some kind of hack to render a static version on IE. It’s my only option and it is what it is.
Why would you need a hack? If the form doesn’t display normally in IE then you haven’t coded it properly – it’s really as simple as that. You can beat up the browser all you want, but at the end of the day we’re the ones that write the code.
Hell, TriDiv doesn’t even support Firefox.
This isn’t a fair comparison at all.