Opera's latest release is 9.6, and I didn't manage to find a development build available for it's next version...probably because it's still proprietary unlike the open source competitors we've discussed so far. Opera scores 5979ms which is slower than both Safari and Firefox's current stable releases, but it's still much better off than Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer 7 scores an abysmal 90522ms. That makes it almost 58 times slower than Minefield. Microsoft, that's absolutely pathetic.
Here's a chart I threw together in OpenOffice of the results. I omitted IE7 because it was such a huge difference that it made it hard to tell the difference between all the others.
Lastly, just for fun I tested my iPhone and Mobile Safari (running firmware 2.0.2), it took 136081ms. But hey, for a device running an ARM @ 412Mhz with 128MB of RAM vs. a full fledged computer with a dual core processor, and a gig of ram...that's still got to be better than Internet Explorer 7 did. I wish I had a Windows Mobile device to test, and a Android/G1 too, but oh well.