Dreamweaver Is Dying; Long Live Drupal!
Lets not forget that Dreamweaver does more than WYSIWYG sites, it has a pretty decent code editor in it with built in libraries for JS, .NET, ColdFusion, HTML, JSP, PHP, ActionScript, Java, and others. I've actually used it quite extensively for straight code as it does a decent job of highlighting tags and the project organization is pretty nice too.
Large Web Host Urges Customers to Use Gmail
You can use Google for you domain for free, you just don't get unlimited users.