One nice thing about ADE 2.0 is it's easy to add custom fonts and tweak the CSS
to your liking -- at least on Macs, don't know about PCs. Jim Lester pointed this out in the ADE 1.8 Preview thread, and it works with ADE 2.0 as well:
Originally Posted by Jim Lester
... If you do a "Show Package Contents" and look in the Resources/rmsdk_resources directory you find a userStyle.css (which right now just contains an empty body element) along with a fonts directory and a hyphendict directory ...