Based on some comments here, especially on it's color management capabilities, I decided to give Safari a try. I downloaded and installed Safari 4 Public Beta (528.16).
Well, I have not seen any difference from how Firefox displays images.
One obvious difference is that Safari does pass the ICC Version 4 test where, by default, Firefox does not. To enable color management in Firefox 3, just type about:config into the address bar. Scroll down to the setting for gfx.color_management.enabled, left click to select the setting and right click to pull up a pop up where you can click on Toggle to switch from the default of false to true, then restart Fire Fox.
I have a several color test images that I use to evaluate image presentation that I downloaded from Northlight Images. I called up the same test images on Safari and Firefox and toggled between full screen windows. I saw no color differences. The over all tint, brightness, and saturation was a complete match.
I also have X-Rite color checker images that I shot to evaluate my SD14 and again, toggling between Safari and Firefox demonstrated an exact match.
From the comments I've read, I was expecting something a bit more dramatic, which may be the case if there is no color management settings in place for Windows. I.e. Control Panel => Display => Settings => Advanced => Color Management should list at least one color profile for your monitor.
As an FYI, I regularly review my monitor color setting by running Adobe Gamma, which was last run on April 29th. My color vision is good and, apart from needing glasses to read, I have no vision impairments.
Did I miss something or was my monitor and Firefox already set up correctly ?