So far it's going pretty swell. The Weebly platform is very user-friendly, which should make easier to write more vibrant blog posts. It's quite literally a drag-and-drop-box scenario, where you can add slideshows, maps, quotes, forms, polls, videos, flash files, and so many other things.
On the flip side, I believe Weebly is free to an extent -- it costs about $5.00/month to run the website under a custom URL, which means otherwise we're stuck with having ".weebly.com" stuck at the end of our web address. That's $60 for a whole year, which I'd be more than willing to subsidize... half.
Other than that, the actual creation process has been a blast. Right now I'm focused on making a suitable layout for everything, making sure all the information is organized logically and comprehensibly. The aesthetics -- colours and fonts -- can be decided on at a later time.