Everytime I think I'm getting somewhere, I run across another newb issue I don't know. Heh. This time, I'm trying to get the background gradient image to blend together. You can obviously see the lines where the image repeats. I made the top and bottom of the gradient the same color to try and fix it...what's a good idea here? Make the image huge? Not sure the best way to fix...
Actually, I can see horizontal lines running through the gradient, too. Might be attributable to "over optimization."
When I view the image, by itself, it looks like the gradient is applied at a slight angle. (http://www.jontakiff.com/Images/headness1.jpg) The reason you might see the edges meeting is that the gradient shading of the top image isn't an exact match as that on bottom, due to this angle -- one side is a little darker than the other, thus when they meet, it's not a smooth transition.
* My screen resolution is set at 1680x1050
* I'm accessing your site through a T1 line
* I'm probably viewing it using Firefox (unless browser is specified)