Now that Riksarkivet SVAR, repository for digitized Swedish records, is free of charge, we in the Sweden Project would love to see material from there used more frequently as sources. We have put up a space page for Riksarkivet - the Swedish National Archives, which is just a short presentation and links to their featured resources.
One of the most useful resources is the indexed censuses for 1880, 1890, 1900 and 1910, Folkräkningar SVAR. (The ones for 1860, 1870 and 1930 are only partial, and thus a bit frustrating.)
Now, there is no way to link directly to the English version, you have to choose English from Other languages in the top bar - and when you do, the main search features and menus are shown in English, but there is still a lot of Swedish on the page (I find it easy to forgive them for that).
Anyhow, I would be interested to hear what you think. Can you find out how to do the searches? Are the results of a search intelligible? Et cetera.
I would, of course, like to hear from people with Swedish Roots - but also from anybody with an interest in interfaces for genealogy source searches.
And no: I don't work for the National Archives (if anything, I work for WikiTree ;-)