Simple css, looks pretty good.
If you're going to do everything from scratch, then you might as well use a css reset instead.
All the big css frameworks rely on classes. It makes sense to have better CSS starting points upon which you can build. That means a css framework that's smaller, and does not require learning classes you'll eventually have to reverse engineer.Yuval Greenfield has used this product for one day.
Quick hacks, e.g. when trying out a new platform, look far less awful.
You don't get much.
radio buttons work but look odd, e.g. click state isn't always visibleDaniel Nachbar has used this product for one day.