(Sorry English again, but I want to answer).
Well, I think good and we all made a great job. The problem perhaps is, that too many people were involved. If really one designer makes the whole CI (or at least says who should do what, if it lacks time) it would be much better - but well, that was the work. But - using as a CMS of the size of WB a theme somebody else created and everybody can use is much worse...
I know not every text is very good, and of course there is room for making this and that better - but most people (also on sites that don't know WB) really like the design. It was just a huge "break" in quite everything (included site structure and self-expression of WB), perhaps a bit too much a break.
A word about AMASP: AMASP is quite good, but in my eyes nothing for users. It has a very clumsy site-structure. Also there are on frontpage links you can't access, and I never found a module there with navigation through the so-called menu, but only via search (and I rarely use searches...). Problem about the WebsiteBaker-addons: It's much more than just make a good design, there is much work "behind the scene".
And: I would say (and others say it...) it would be really nice we could have a new forum layout. Of course the "new look" could be improved, but in the end everybody should like it or getting used to, because it's part of CI. Also for a new, standard backend-theme (well, I know most people use argos_theme, I also do it, the only problem is, that there's no logo inside). But I am also not a fan of "backend-theme must look exactly the same as the website", that's just not making real sense.
People should "feel" a CI, also in forum (theme), also in a new, standard frontend-theme for future WB2.X versions (WB3 is something in the future, we shouldn't discuss about that).
Just keep Dutch here, but if I would use google-translator it would be much worse I guess.