And did I mention, dead simple to use? Nice work!
I highly recommend it.
Could use two things:
1. The ability to enter in a custom width in a text box where the menu changes from the full menu style to the TinyNav dropdown.
2. Have the option to include menu levels in the display (for example, put a dash in front of child menu options).
Notes: Both of these are pretty easy fixes. I changed the width by editing the code of the plugin to have my custom width for the menu navigation, which wasn't too hard, and I fixed the second one by downloading the latest version of tinynav.min.js and updating the link in the code as well. Now, my child menu options have a '-' in front of them.