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There are some things that lynx does better than w3m,
$ set http://www.ehponline.org/docs/2006/114-9/toc.html
$ w3m -dump $@|wc
    455    2084   38309
$ lynx -dump -nolist $@|wc
    405    2239   16954

Mainly it is lines like these,
$ w3m -dump $@|egrep '^ {66}'

I wish there was a keystroke in emacs-w3m that would flatten those
lines instead of having them be bunched up against the right side.

Indeed, a w3m-lynx-mode one could invoke if one wants the page
rendered in a more efficient lynx mode, even if it sacrifices the page
author's original layout.