The very fact that the developers of that Flash site saw a need for an HTML intro page demonstrates the major problem with Flash: it's not suitable for eveyone.
The HTML intro page tells you (if you bother reading the tiny text) that:
1. you need a recent main-stream browser (not everyone does)
2. you need the Flash plugin (not everyone does)
3. you need broadband (not everyone does).
I'm one of the lucky ones, I have all those things here at work, so I had no trouble seeing the site. It looks very cool and I found the info easy enough to get to.
However, many of the potential clients for that company won't be as lucky as me so they'll have trouble seeing the site, and they'll just go somewhere else that's easier for them. The site does show off how good the company is at doing it's stuff, but it's also an effective barrier to many potential clients, which surely has to be bad for business.
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