@Smooth - no worries on the constructive criticism buddy - that's exactly what I always look for and you should know by now that I'm not a fragile prima donna!
Re. the centering/resizing of the window - I have programmed that in but you can only get that by clicking on the button located on the parent page in my personnal website (the tour isn't as yet live on the client site).
@cuetoyou: It's funny you say that, I have also been thinking about the need to keep buttons in the UI. The only reason I keep them (and make them as large as they are) is mainly out of consideration for either elderly or handicaped users (although I'm sure such visitors will be greatly in the minority).
Also - as the buttons have Alt tags (or Hints in EasyPano lingo) I'm 'hoping' they will be recognised by browser text readers so that the 'mousless' visitor will be able to navigate through the panos. Actually - can anyone at EasyPano confirm this? It's a pretty important accessibility issue.
@inter6300 - the buttons and the UI as a whole were created in PS (Photoshop) and simply exported as the usual slices.
Thanks again and please always feel free to offer suggestions (with me at least).
Condottiero - Freelance Multimedia Design