Yes, I undertand that, but, would it hurt to configure the CSS so that the pages that have two columns on it for the right one to "float left" at `@media screen and (max-width: 760px)? Or, to have your forms set to something like 100% width? And, I have looked at your CSS, with an eye toward modifying it, and in Text Wrangler, it just a long string, doing a "hard wrap" does improve the situation some, but, not by much. Also, the moment my client hits the "upgrade" button on the next version change, it all gets wiped away. They have spent well over $200 USD on "extensions" on your site, and we thought we were done, and at the last minute, with a deadline looming, the "free" part of the plugin fails us. I must say, they are not thrilled. All we need is some float left on the columns in the product, and check out page, and for the cart to be responsive in width.
Now, can you offer some help in this area please?