Dogpile, a meta search engine, boasts that it can search 50 percent more of the Web than any single search engine and return better results. Upon entering a search term, Dogpile will comb the likes of MSN, Yahoo, Google, Ask and others and then display results. You can also filter results by clicking on a tab after your search, to display only Google results, Yahoo results, etc. It's a good way to cut down on overall search time.
Included in Dogpile are image searches, audio, video, news and yellow and white pages. I found the image search particularly useful. Not only are images displayed, but suggested searches are also listed, along with recent searches. For example, I searched 'bald eagles.' Suggested searches included 'bald eagle habitat,' 'bald eagle drawings,' 'bald eagle nest,' and 'golden eagles,' among others.
But, in the end, the real value lies in the return of maximum results from various sources. If you do check out Dogpile, please leave a comment and let us know what you think.