Problems with HttpSessionBindingListener in WLSP10???

does anyone have a problem using HttpSessionBindingListener in SP10? it seems that my objects are being unbound when they are not supposed to. my session has not ended/invalidated nor are the objects removed or set again.

CT: If I could vote this down, I would. 
This has nothing to with internet speed or website responsiveness.  I can replicate this problem on any website displaying PDF files in Safari, and my internet connection speed is very fast.  It is a problem in Safari, or involves conflicts between Safari and a plugin.
Asking the user to adjust his/her habits to deal with a new problem that is unique to Safari and PDF files and is equipment-independent is not moving us toward a solution to the problem.
Okay, I'm editing this because it came across rather harsh.  Let me say this:
It happens while displaying any PDF file -- even if it's just text without complicated graphics or video. 
It first started happening relatively recently, though I can't say for sure when. 
It doesn't matter whether you're using a mouse or a trackpad. 
I'm using a Macbook Pro with a core i7 processor and independent graphics controller. 
It happens even when Safari is the only application running. 
It does not happen using other browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox while displaying the very same files on the same websites.
Hope all of this helpful...
Message was edited by: David Brick

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