It's not perfect, but I've still yet to find a better html table WYSIWYG than what you find in Mozilla's Composer application. Here's a review. Seriously, though that reviewer complains of code bloat, it ain't nothing like you'll find in other apps.

On the same lines, AbiWord still has the best rtf2html and/or doc2html features I've seen. The code bloat's there but, unlike, say, MS Word, it's easy to perform a couple of search and replaces and get all the crap out. Strategic bloat, I suppose.

Oh well, thus ends the freakinname html editor awards for the first half of 2005. VIm still wins the create-from-scratch and the edit-html-editor-bloat awards, hands down.