In round two of my domain optimization efforts, I cleaned up all of the CSS by deleting redundant or no longer required information. I also reduced the size of both images located on every page.
Each time I modify my CSS, I tend to miss something. Sometimes, it is rather obvious. If you come across anything on the domain that "just does not look right," contact me and I will look into the issue.
I initially changed the PayPal image source back to PayPal.com to reduce outbound traffic. However, when anyone accesses the domain, a cookie from their server is attempted to be set. Now I remember why I was serving the image myself. I can only assume the cookie is used for tracking purposes. Allowing obnoxious advertising or tracking on my domain is not my style. The image located at the bottom of every page is once again served locally.