The ConsoleExport Firebug extension is a convenient way to reduce the effort needed to collect valuable UI data. Once installed, you can simply click the Export button from the Firebug console tab and save the contents of the tab to an HTML page. This means you don't have to get all of the data you can onto the screen, take a screenshot, scroll to the next page, and so on.
The only caveat I've discovered is that the resulting page is flat, so collapsed data will not be included. If you want to include the Response tab under an HTML request, for example, you'd need to expand the request and select the Response tab prior to exporting. Of course, you'd probably just be collecting that information with Fiddler, anyway (right?).
Chad Scott, IBM Connections Support software engineer