I have a little flash on my main page. However, google doesn't read it.
I'd love to have a front main page that is simply text of what is in the flash, then have it redirect to the REAL main page with flash.
A certain famous site that sells videos of bums fighting each other has a splash page with text on it that appears in the google search, but when you go there, it takes you to the main flash driven page.
I asked Michael Schmitt from Google yesterday if it would be ok to cloak pages in order to separate pure flash sites from pure text sites for spiders.
If the html-pages show the same as the flash-version it would be ok from an ethical point of view. But as long as GoogleBot can't determine if the flash content is the same as the html-content he suggested to have both versions on the site and visible for both users and bots.