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I'm not much of a designer, but I'm fairly confident in my layout skills, so most of my post will be about that.
1. Your logo is just sort of hanging there. It should be aligned with some other part of your page, such as the menu.
2. Your page layout is all over the place. Having one layout for the home page and then a second for all subsequent pages is fine, but a new layout for each page confuses the reader and makes it more difficult on you.
3. The contact and payment info is everywhere. Limit yourself to once per page and try to place it somewhere out of the way, not on top of the menu where it is taking up valuable room. Same goes for the godaddy secure graphic. Might I suggest the upper right corner or very bottom of the page?
4. Your product page is the worst, sorry I couldn't think of a better way to put it However, all your other product pages are very nicely formatted. I'm not sure how to tell you to fix the one, but if you could somehow make it look like one of the others you should be fine. Another thing I noticed with the main product page is that you have a side scroll bar. I'm not sure what's causing it, but you should check that out.
1. You have a very nice header and link motiff on your home page, but every other page uses a different style. I would suggest sticking with just one. The best one's I've seen so far are on the home page and faq page.
More for Aesthetics than layout. You have a nice square logo going for you, and a common square top border on every page. Why not make that top border the same wavy, green, white, and brown box? Keep the word "Plus" in the same orientation but change the color so it stands out. Just a suggestion.
All-in-all, I think it could use some work. I hope this information helps, and sorry if I came off rather harsh.
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