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First, I'd like to point out that BrowserLab is currently free to sign up for and use, so you can easily check it out yourself to see if it meets your needs.
Regardless, I'll try my best to answer your questions.
- BrowserLab currently offers testing coverage for IE6 thru 9, Chrome 13 & 14, Firefox 5 & 7, and Safari 5.1. We cover both OSX and Windows, but don't differentiate between versions of Windows or OSX (to do so would hugely multiply the number of servers we use)
- BrowserLab takes screenshots of the URLs you enter and returns them to you. Any difference analysis is up to the user since it's a very difficult problem to determine which differences matter and which ones don't. In some places a 1 pixel difference is important, in others, a 20 pixel difference or more is unimportant.
- I'm a little confused by the next expectation, but it sounds like you're looking for a completely automated tool. That's not BrowserLab. I'm not aware of any tool that does what you seem to be looking for.
- BrowserLab takes static screenshots of URLs. We snapshot Flash content, but do nothing beyond that with SWFs. There are too many timing issues with attempting to compare animated SWF content from different browsers or even the same browser across different loads of the page.
- BrowserLab does not do text content or message box validation.