I've read a number of the Thesis styling related posts and I'm still scratching my head a bit.
I don't know css, although I thought I could piece together enough information to make it work through research. I thought if I found what I wanted to manipulate in the plugins css file, and add it to my custom.css with the changes I wanted applied, I could make some headway. If that assumption is correct, then my issue is that I don't know how to tell what affects what in the plugins css file.
To be honest, I don't care much about making my form flashy or anything. I'd be happy with a default type look (or rather, what I thought was default) with white text areas and the old gray Submit button, but what I have instead is gray text areas and a text Submit button.
Anybody have any idea what I could do to just get this form looking, err, a bit more default than the actual default? ;)