Thanks GT and Evan,
GT, I know what you mean about the left to right concept. I think I'm going to replace the far right image with a digit report I'm working on in the future. I'll make it clickable etc. Definitely some visual real estate I want to capitalize on.
Evan, the late Paul Harvey was a much beloved radio broadcaster here in the U.S. He was actually the pioneer of talk radio. Millions listened to his comments on nearly all AM radio stations for nearly 50 years. He also had a "rest of the story" comment on unusual happenings which aired every afternoon.
He always ended every broadcast with a pleasant, "Good Day!"
Although he wasn't generally political with his broadcasts, he most definitely paved the way for icons such as Rush Limbaugh etc.
One of the things I liked about Paul was he turned down 90%+ of potential sponsors only excepting clients who had products or services he felt he could genuinely give his stamp of approval.
It's that kind of integrity I want to display on my site. Only promoting products, services, and resources I genuinely believe will benefit my visitors.
I've even started ending some of my reviews with "Good Day!"
Thanks for the reviews guys.
P.S. I agree with getting rid of all stock photos. I hope the image of my digital report will solve that problem.