But in my view it's doomed. I can see how hard you've worked to design and develop the site, but I fear you've lost touch with your audience. I'm on a 2MB broadband connection but your intro took forever to load. Worse (and in my view a cardinal sin), you have no 'skip' button, so all visitors will have to sit and wait......but they won't. They'll give up long before the intro fires up, and they'll click off somewhere else.
Flash sites were all the rage a couple of years ago - I can remember a time when I couldn't talk to a client about a new web-design project unless I used the 'Flash' word at least once in the meeting. Now I use Flash less frequently, and then only as a component - I would never design an all Flash site today. It's true that with the increase uptake of broadband services Flash sites should be less of a disadvantage, but it doesn't seem to be working out that way. Corporate clients are asking for a clean, elegant static look - at least mine are.
I found your site interesting, as I said, but there are some issues. I found a dead link - the word "amateur" didn't lead me anywhere - and my browser closed all your pop-up windows smarter than a smart thing.
Orange text (is it Georgia?) on a black ground on your 'Who?' page made it difficult to concentrate - the font isn't right in my opinion. I suggest you try good old Verdana.
Your 'Home' link didn't get me home, in fact it got me nowhere.
All a bit negative I'm afraid, but it's only my personal opinion; some people will probably love it, and I can see that you've worked very hard.