I like the trains. Thats cool. One thing I might mention, if you can suck up to a professional photgrapher, maybe get him or her into a couple of gigs for free and pay for their drinks, or even, God forbid, pay them to get some really professional pics for the home page, and even the bio's, it's well worth it.
We are blessed to have an award winning photo-journalist as our guitar player, and a gifted amature photographer (with about 25 grand worth of camera equipment) as our banjer picker.
Don't get me wrong, we don't have an amazing web site, because we don't spend enough time on it, but getting good pics can really help. Not that the pics on your site arent fine, but a true pro can come up with so many ideas and ways to present you that even you will be shocked at how good you look.
Case in point, if you look at our site, check out the page
"Artist Photos", which are pics Chuck has taken over the years at various festivals. Bottom of the page are two pics he took of Del McCoury here in WV. One of the two was made into a poster that hung on stage at the Opry when Del was inducted as a member.
Just a thought.
"That shotgun made a crowd outa Paw." Lester Flatt