I noticed one very minor thing that catches my attention every time I go to your site.
It's in the flash video and on the "About" page. It's the phrase: "helps
for the more novice user."
Maybe it's just me, but I think it should read "a variety of help
for the more novice computer users."
Help+s (i.e. helps) is always a verb. 'Help' without an 's' can
be a noun. And when used as a noun, its plural form is the same as its singular (i.e. no 's').
And since I'm on a niggle (feel free to ignore all of this BTW) I'd probably rephrase it either to read:
"a variety of help for more novice computer users." (drop the 'the' before "more novice")
"a variety of help for the more novice computer user." (make 'users' singular)