Very nice package - highly appreciated! I've been fairly succesful at getting a lot of my non-geeky contacts to switch to Gaim + Gaim-encryption. These are the kind of people used to slick and friendly (cough) MS MSN / Win XP style interfaces. They're not used to being informed of the internal processes of their applications, and would get worried if they were.
Partly based on their feedback, I've noticed that gaim-encryption is relatively verbose. It talks about asking keys, resending stuff etc. on a day to day basis. To reduce the voodoo factor for a broader audience I think it would be good to hide these messages, unless something's really wrong (e.g. only mention trouble if 2 resend attempts failed etc.). Admittedly I'd appreciate it myself too, since the system messages would be restricted to those I need to act upon. And there could always be logfiles, verbose options etc for those that want to drive with the hood of the car open.