Having made the commitment to use the Omega theme and Delta module, of course the Context module is the place to start when creating a new website. I've come to think of Context as a replacement for the Drupal Core Blocks system. Previously, when I wanted a block to show up on one page, but not one or two others, I had to create settings for the block's visibility to "Show block on specific pages ~ All pages except those listed" and then list the individual pages that I did not want the block to appear. If there was some kind of taxonomy or URL pattern that could be discerned, then I could use that, but mostly it came down to listing the individual page exceptions. The biggest problem with that was when you created a new page, you might forget to add that page to the list of exceptions.
Yesterday, I watched several video tutorials on the new Omega theme for Dupal 7. It was created by Jake Strawn who also created the Delta module. I am convinced this is the base theme for my website and together with the Delta module and the required Context and CTools modules, it will provide everything I need. I am not happy with the "box" look that he 960 grid system seems to impose on the layout of the webpage, but I am determined to see if I can think outside the "box".
The Omega theme is unlike any I have used before. One look at the omega.info file will show that this is not your ordinary Drupal theme. I am intimidated just scanning through that file! How do I add my own CSS? Whay are there some many different CSS files?