First of all, just wanted to say to Randy what a fantastic piece of work these master pages are and I totally appriciate you sharing them with the community.
I do have a question for whomever might be able to help which is half related to the master pages and half just SharePoint 2010 styling.
We have used the starter master pages to create a custom site. We have attached the ribbon to the page as this is a fixed width site to get round the fairly common problem with the multiple scrollbars/no scrollbars but we are past all that now.
However, when we call a dialog to point at a page that contains a custom web control which uses the same master page it is rendered as wider than the dialog window and so firstly it looks pretty awful and you have to scroll left and right to see the content.
I have used the s4-notdlg style on all the surrounding images and layout so that all that appears is the DIV that holds the content place holder for the main content but im guessing that because the DIV that holds the page is set to a fixed width, this is
being used and rendered within the dialog.
So my question is, is there a style I can use to override this when displayed within a dialog, or should we create a second master page (or use Minimal.Master) to hold any pages which just hold a web control as a form?