Hmm... this is odd. Typically Flex Framework is build so that it cannot have browser-based conflicts - ASVM.
The only problems that could occur are sandbox errors, file reference errors and embedding code problems.
I use IE8 and I can see your site fine. However, if you feel there is a problem you could try to rewrite the embedding HTML code for the SWF file.
Hope this helps.
IE 8 will initially display the site correctly. I can consistently reproduce this error by:
1. Go to site.
2. Select Products & News nav item
3. Click on a news item
4. It's broken.
I've since disabled the AMF calls used to populate the Reviews and it seems this error doesn't happen. So maybe there is something about the population of data that IE 8 doesn't like. I keep saying IE 8 because I have, through extensive attempts, failed to reproduce this bug on any other browser.
I have also turned off the use of deep linking and still been able to reproduce this bug. I'm going to personally review how I'm loading the data into the reviews section and if I find a fix I'll get back here.
I discovered the problem.
It seems we have a custom component that has a "default image" property. This custom component was in the list renderer on the reviews page. There is no default image for reviews without an image so to stop the renderer reusing images from those reviews that do have images the default image was set to "new Object()" which obviously caused an internal error that caused update display list (validate) process to drop out. This only happens on IE and not firefox, safari or chrome.
I created a tiny transparent png to use as the default image and will contact the client to see if they want an actual default image.
Ah, it is true that most errors are caused by the idiot behind the keyboard.