Originally Posted by rosetrees
Montezuma isn't a theme full of user friendly options like Atahualpa.
The first time I installed it, my brain seized and I thought "I can't do this" and went back to Atahualpa.
Then I realised that HTML5 and CSS3 are the way forward. I decided I had no option but to set about teaching myself to edit the code. I installed it on a test site and started playing. I'm still learning and I know that not all the code I'm using is good practice. But I am learning.
Treat it as I do - as simply a framework that allows you to design your own themes.
Here's a different perspective. As somebody who knows a little html, css, and php, I've been watching wp for years, and, until Montezuma, never found a theme (including Altahulpa) with enough easily customizeble options. Now I can finally easily migrate all my sites over to WP using Montezuma.