Ok so maybe I wasn't done.
Went away for a few hours then came back, looked at it, and decided it needed more work. It wasn't perfect. Now I feel it pretty much is.
I got rid of the metal aesthetics, it just didn't look right. As it was going to be on my website I felt there was no point having something on there that didn't look exactly the same as the current aesthetics (as well as being the same width). It would (and did) look out of place even though it did have a similar colour scheme it just wasn't identical. Now it looks professional and flows very well. I tested it on Safari, Firefox and Chrome (yet for some reason IE dis-aligns it by like 12pixels?!) and am very happy with the result.
There seems to be a (ever so slightly) different way of centralising div's between the browsers but barely noticeably. We are talking a few pixels, but my eyes pick up on this sort of thing. Perfectionist!
This twitter feed will now enable visitors to my site (including potential employers) to be able to find out what I am currently doing/working on so they can get an idea of what sort of subject matter I work with, including what sort of projects I undertake and how I implement them. Basically enabling them to not only see what I have done (in my portfolio) but also see what I am doing currently.