While messing about with that I added another feature to the entry form itself. Notice the "accordion" effect on the form. This is sometimes a nice alternative to tabs. It means we can keep the linear nature of the form and still keep it from taking up more real estate than needs be.
That form probably isn't a great example of its use as it's not that long really. Better used on long complicated forms!
Again, note that the form still looks like a form when JS/CSS are disabled. This is helped by the fact that the form uses a definition list (DL) element to layout fields or sections of fields. Using DLs for forms is something I've started doing more and more of recent. If you haven't tried, I suggest you do. You can nest DLs inside the DD of another to create indented meaning in a form.
Download coming tomorrow. Promise.