Phyxas, I hate to dispute you, but there are some errors in your statement. There are many, many people using older versions of IE, particularly in some corporate settings (where IE6 still reigns supreme in many environments). Not everyone updates their Firefox, Opera, and other browsers, so you can't count on that, either. But the biggest issue is IE6 and 7, and the consensus seems to be that if you're appealing to a wide audience, you have to do something to work with those two browsers.
Secondly, there's a lot of controversy over using global resets. Until recently, I've been using a variant of Meyer's reset, and it's caused me more trouble than it's been helping. Gary has a good summation of why resets aren't always a good thing here. Certainly you can't just ram a big fat reset like Meyer, or YUI, uses into your pages and not have some unforeseen, and likely unwanted, ramifications. No reset, not even Meyer's, is "perfect" for every situation.