I am just getting started in full-fledged web design. And I am looking to design a small e-commerce site (5 products) with scalability (future of 30 products) for a client. This is not my first in web design, but it is my first e-commerce client. I am not a web developer, so I am looking for a designer friendly solution. I am looking for a combination of tools that incorporates the following: - solid web design software (dreamweaver, rapid weaver, iweb, etc.) - cms (cushy, silverstripe, etc, magento, drupal only if necessary, just no joomla) - e-commerce (either incorporated into the cms such as magento or verb, html snippets, etc) I know there are many combinations. And right now, I am thinking that I will design in whatever software I want to, and just stick to a simple cms (like cushy) and use html snippets (google checkout or paypal). The only problem is that my costumer would have to come back to me to add pages later. I don't mind the extra $, but at some point thatll be a little too time consuming. My other thought is to use verb cms, which is both designer friendly and incorporates e-commerce. However with all of the open source and free CMS resources out there, I am sort of hesitant with that monthly fee. For anyone with an iWeb solution, I am also not anti-iWeb, I have used iWeb with much success on my personal website: http://jaimiemcfarlin.com Thanks for the help!