Just a few comments about the first template - while I like the general idea of it, it's a little inconsistent.
The font on the top menu w/ the drop shadow looks a little "thick" compared to the rest of the design. Try getting rid of the drop shadow or playing with its translucency.
There's some wasted space in the area w/ the product logos - you could move the RH box over more so that the border of that section lines up with the border of the informational section above it. In general, try spacing that area out more so it doesn't look so packed together.
The dashed border on the last image on the right-hand side, with the rounded corners and wider aspect, is a little distracting. I'd either "unround" the corners and make it the same width as the above images or at least make it the same width.
The font on the bottom menu, as well as the general aspect of the bottom menu, doesn't work in that design. The font is inconsistent with the rest of the page, and the grey area is too tall for the content it is holding. I can understand wanting to make the "top" link stand out, but as the menu items don't butt up against the link, putting it lower than the menu items isn't necessary.
As a general rule of thumb, try not to use more than two, and at MAX three fonts per design. This is an old print design standard that transfers over to web design. Any more than two (and I never use more than two, though that's a personal choice) fonts and the design can become cluttered. Presenting the information in a clear and concise way is the point of most design work, and 99.9% of web design work.