I know that the only sure fire way to improve yourself is to accept criticism so I've decided to throw our site to the wolves. We work hard at keeping the coding compliant and the content intelligible. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Aesthetic-wise -- nicely done. I like the glossy, clean design. I should point out, however, that the tiny orange arrows have white bits left behind them when you hover over "Services", "Support", "Personnel", and "Information" menu items on the right. There is also the issue with non-relational small font size...
Arrangement-wise -- way too much text to focus and read. The light contrast makes it even harder to concentrate. You should examine all the paragraphs and see if you can use bullets, graphs, and/or tables instead.
dale: I'm not sure what you mean about the arrows. I opened up the navhover.jpg that I believe you're talking about (http://www.clear-data.com/img/navhover.jpg) in GIMP and viewed it at 1600% zoom. It's got a yellowish tint to it to emphasize the mouseover. Is that what you meant?
The background of the arrow is white. But the hover-over background for the text is light bluish grey. If the background of the arrow were transparent or light bluish grey as well, it might look cleaner.