I'm currently designing a new website, using CSS for as much as humanely possible. I'm going with a sans-serif font, at 11px, and so am basically stuck with Verdana, Helvetica, or Tahoma. There's something about Tahoma I just don't like, and so Verdana or Arial it is. The only thing is, both of these look a bit bunched up, both tracking and leading wise. I've solved the leading problem with "line-height: 1.4em ;", but am struggling to use "letter-spacing: 0.02em; to the same effect, as the kerning then looks awful very uneven and the spaces between words look too small. I can't work out if I'm being massively anal about the type, or it just all looks dreadful. What do you think? (Click for larger) Does this look uneven to you? And if so, is there a better way of adjusting the tracking using CSS than "letter-spacing" or using ems? Thanks very much for any help.