If I can get the access to the NA account,
AND somehow download the theme files and folders
THEN I could work on editing the NA page files offline and would only need to upload the "text" after the "body" tag. This way all the problems with the alignment and content, that is not part of a shared folder, can be worked on then uploaded to the CMS account.
I do not know where the links to share content will end up or what they would be like, but the big thing I see it the visual content of the pages needed editing to get them the way we want them to look like. The theme info is needed offline, but the links can be different offline from online as long as you do not upload any changes to the files above the "body" tag.
Right now, the NA site on the CMS server shows the 3.3.2 installs, so that will need to be updated to 3.3.3.
Also, as Drew pointed out, there are a lot of included files on our DVD that may not be part of the current shared system. All of those dictionaries that are in our extension listing, and other items are good for sharing. I would like to use the dictionary file I have on my NA testing site, since I included their dates so we can keep track of which one have been updated that do not use a version number in their file names.
Also, offline I have 3 or 4 times as many non-dictionary extensions [.oxt] that are not in our list. Should those files be added to a shared folder for use by others? I also have other templates and such that are not currently in our DVD listings. These might be useful to others.