While I'm on fixtures - dump your existing data to a fixture or a file: http://nubyonrails.com/articles/2005/12/27/dump-or-slurp-yaml-reference-data
Models shared in the 3D Warehouse will even be able to be geo-referenced, meaning that they'll "know" where they belong in the world. When you submit your models to the warehouse, you'll have the option of including geo-referencing informationWatch the video, you will be impressed: http://download.sketchup.com/downloads/training/tutorials50/The_Story/The_Story.html
If many businesses approached space planning the way that they approached web sites their staff would be sitting on milk crates in an unheated concrete room and sales people would meet with customers at the Greyhound Station.I agree, a good corporate site is an integral part of your business and your messaging, and it is a key touchpoint for your brand. Does such a thing really take $10,000/page? And if it really does in practice, does it have to be that way?