Honestly, I would suggest making a regular HTML version of the site in addition to your Flash version and let people choose which one to use. With my slow-arse 400 Mhz, your site is painfully slow.
I think it looks good, but an HTML version will be much more effective for some of your potential customers. It will also help get you listed in the search engines, as almost none of the crawlers are privvy to reading flash just yet.
It's my personal belief that Flash is good for some things, such as banner ads and eye candy, but should be avoided for relaying information that is essential to your visitors. If you take a look at our site (www.sceiron.com), or that of Annex Technologies (www.annex.com) you will see what I mean.
Another drawback to having your entire site in Flash is that it becomes inaccessible to people using assistive technology, such as screen readers.
Developing an entire site in Flash might be "cool" or "hip" but you'll find that it's not very practical for most sites.