Actually, I wanted to replace Wordpress since the beginning of this year (I'll explain the reasons for this decision in another blog posting) but I did not have enough time (and at least mind to) convert my customized Wordpress theme into a Serendipity theme until now.
I used this opportunity to improve the theme's XHTML and CSS code. Now the code is smaller, has a better browser compatibilty and the right column of the two column layout has a fixed width. This means that the column does not get resized if the user changes the browser's width which ensures that the content of the right column is still readable/usable even when the browser's window size is very small. Certainly the left column is completely liquid and shrinks if the browser's width decreases.
Unfortunately, I did not make all customizations I wanted to do until yet. So the Serendipity template still has some bugs and there are still several task to do.
Replace Serendipity's standard comment form with CSS forms
Replacing the form with css only is easy, but some of us have discovered it's actually more reliable to abuse HTML's definition lists, as has been done in several of my latest templates and the new bulletproof template.
BTW, love the design for this site, any thoughts of releasing it?
I really like your Serenedipity templates too.
As I said in this blog posting I want to make this template available for others but I did not make all changes I want to do before releasing it to the public until yet. However if you would like to see this template online I'm doing my best to aplly all changes and to release it in the near future.