Just thought I'd share some thoughts about your login flow:
You probably want to reduce the friction for the most common workflow, which is to arrive at the site, unlock, and access a password.
Here's what your current flow looks like:
1) Arrive at passpack.com
2) Click tiny "sign-in" link at top right (Why can't I sign in directly from the landing page?)
4) Click on the "passwords" tab (Why is this not the default tab? I care more about my passwords, than a dashboard of stats)
5) Enter packing key
6) Wait for password list to load (I have 100 and it takes a few moments)
7) Click on "Search passwords" field to give it focus (Why is it not focused by default?)
8) Type search query, click to copy password to clipboard
Ideally, here's what it would look like:
1) Arrive on passpack.com with the login field already focused. I login without touching the mouse.
2) I'm presented with a packing key form, with the field already focused. I unlock without touching the mouse.
3) I'm deposited on a (fast loading) page showing my passwords, with the search field already focused. I search for a password without touching the mouse.
4) From the filtered results, I either click to copy a password, or activate an entry with the keyboard.
5) I re-lock my passpack using a keyboard shortcut
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