i think it looks great. Easy to navigate, easy to read. The only issue i see is the text can be small on a lot of monitors so you may want to break down some of the lengthy paragraphs into pages or find someway to go more vertical than spreading out horizontal.
It's way too busy with way too much text, and the text is basically worthless marketing-speak. Also that image is dumb and distracting.
Your message-board topics are well-chosen so that's fine.
Your Package page needs to show some information on what each package entails.
For the Home and Features pages, I recommend splitting them up into more pages, each with a much smaller focus. For example, present the user with a few links for hosting a website, or registering a domain, etc., with a *short* text description of each, and have almost *nothing* else on the main page. And for each option, keep the information minimal if the user does not want to know it.
Remember your target audience. Budding webmasters are not going to know what a control panel is, or what the script languages are, etc., so carefully explain it only if they want to know what it is. You know?