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I’m really glad to see some critics are amongst the last few commentors. The only thing CSS tables improves is the possibility to use equal-height columns in flexible layouts, but I see as much semantic clutter (among which I count divs and spans, yes) in this method as in other methods like the faux columns or the ‘holy grail’ .
Apart from that I don’t really see the difference between using css tables and regular tables. In short, I agree with Matt and David.