On the version three (V3) site, I put everything on-page, overwhelming or not, made the pages and content dynamic — meaning they can be altered; enlargeable, expandable, et. al. I made the site very accessible, following the W3C’s Checklist of Checkpoints for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
Anyway, I think it’s a big improvement. And I didn’t even have to mention the old version was a table-built site did I? What can I say? I’ve improved. I could have foregone some of the access features and not concerned myself with download times and combined the best of both sites, but I think I did okay going in the direction I did. After all, those requiring that access may be among those to use the hosting services offered, or at least they can be now.