This is for a homepage project. I've made a wireframe layout (attached) which should actually give you a pretty good idea of what I'm looking for. The one green button was just me playing around with a color there -- that button doesn't have to be green but it should stand out. The number one goal of the site is to make the three steps be really clear and to draw people to the top four offers on the right side. Those are what make us money on the site. The other black button-ish areas further down the page are important too. For the most part, the black areas should stand out but the most important ones are the four offers at the top right. They need to stand out more than the rest.
The top menu should have an example of a dropdown since they will be dropdowns. I only used dashes to separate items. Things like the country select will have all countries in it so the dropdowns shouldn't be some sort of super padded style unless you make a separate one for the country select. You can see the current country select on pokersource.com.
For the most part, I am okay with the current colors on PokerSource.com although if you want to play around with other combinations of blue/gray/white/black that is fine -- even other kinds of blues than what's on the site right now.
I am open to using TypeKit, Fontdeck or a similar sort of relatively inexpensive font web site. The thing I like about TypeKit is that it's easy to integrate and it works on most browsers. So if you want to use fonts from TypeKit, I am okay with that.
Unfortunately, I do not have a better version of the logo. I've asked our previous designer but it seems to have been lost. The best thing I have is the PSD attached. I would prefer if the logo could be remade in vector format as a part of this project. It can be exactly the same, maybe with a color update if the blue changes or something like that.