And too often a web site will actually just say "we are ordinary people with a passion for...". But that's insulting to their audience. It's the small things in the design that make this site unique. I hope you grow a great community out of this.
Sometimes that means my personality shows through in the design and other aspects, other times it means that I rail against youtube for a few paragraphs in the public changelog/blog.
I really like the look of the page with all the different images together. In fact, I'm more interested in just scrolling down the page than clicking on the different links (even though they do look interesting)
(Not saying that's the only way, but it seems more sensible than building loads of features really quickly without giving much thought to them.. after all, extra features increase the complexity/difficulty of both user experience and maintenance)
A good example of my issue with them is their highrise product. It took over a year from launch  before they had any type of bulk editing  features. Simplicity is one thing, but that is a long time for a feature that really should have been there at launch... or close to it.
I found that I can function pretty well on 5-6 hours of sleep.