I appreciate all the constructive feedback. I expected the criticisims to be harsh, knowing that WordPress was not meant to be used this way.
LiverpoolLad, I understand what you say about the scrollbars with an 800X600 resolution. Unfortunately, specifications for the resolution requirement was at least 1024 X 768 and above. I know, there are many 800 X 600 users out there, but our audience consists of 1024+. If we designed it for at least 800 X 600, the interface would have been too small for our intended audience who uses maximum resolutions.
As for loading times, the site is meant to be a marketable, multimedia website with an emphasis on bells and whistles. I think for a Flash site, it has very decent load times. Loading of content when navigating only happens the first time you visit a section. If I actually preloaded all the sections beforehand, the loading times would have been 5X longer. By limiting loading only per section, the pain is somehow neutralized.
I've been doing research on countering the IE bug to enable automatic focus on the Flash object. I will be working on this and updating the site very soon.
Thanks for the feedback, keep em coming!