I purposely made the website simple so that information could easily be found - Spending more time or $$ on a better/more complex design would be a waste. I get 0% of my business through the internet, it's all word of mouth and referrals. Not many companies would want to hire a random company they found on the internet for such projects. I think it looks just fine anyway :).
In most businesses like yours, word of mouth is the most effective method of generating new leads. But it today's world, you can't be in denial of the fact that almost everyone uses the internet to research potential new partnerships. If done well, a website can become a great compliment to other, existing marketing methods such as word-of-mouth. A good website that is professional in presentation, organization and functionality says a lot about a company. And a bad one can also say just as much. A good website can only help you, and a bad one will only hurt - not that I am saying yours is bad, because I don't think that is the case. My original comment was truly meant as constructive criticism - trying to help out a fellow buzzer (?).
Anything that has your name on it, should represent you in the best possible way.
^I hope you're implying that Keith's (finally) charging for his extraordinary skills...I remember talking to him about it wayyy back when - he frankly was NOT charging enough for his time and effort. The product speaks for itself.