I'm using both IE 6 and Firefox 1.0. My monitor is a Samsung 17" LCD.
My problem: (and its a minor one) You appear to have set the color for links to #ffffff (white), which doesn't show up well against the tan background.
If you just alter (in the BODY statement) the parameter link=#ffffff to link=#(some other colour - say A089D9 ( a nice pastel-ish purple) then the links will appear as that colour - more contrasty than white on tan.
Postscript: I'm having a hard time locating the statement in your code. When I look at your page code I can't find the "link=" parameter, nor a CSS which controls it. My Zonealarm is doing funny things too. When I copy your page to my local disk, the statement pops right up, but I still can't see it on your live code, even if I switch Zonealarm off. :-(
Question... What colour do you see the link text as? I see white.
Maybe the clock applet is doing something funny... (?)
Look - the problem is a minor one and perhaps not one to worry about ('though its bugging me).
Nice work on the sundials! Wonder if I could convince my wife to get one??
My $.025 (inflation adjsutment) I found the text to be a bit too techy to appeal to the gardener type that was looking for some useful but still ornamental object in the garden. And I suspect that the market for the real time worshiper to be pretty thin. You need to figure out who you are trying to speak to and adjust your prose to match.
As someone else mentioned, why the difference in prices? Ans: one is Stainless and will last longer without discoloration. And the brass one will go antique fairly fast. You need to bring that out.