"You can set options that instruct Dreamweaver to automatically clean up your hand-written code according to criteria that you specify.
So at the very beginning, you should make a realistic determination whether or not it's worth it to convert all your Go Live Webs to Dreamweaver.
Because of the real hassle and real loss in functionality involved in converting older Go Live Webs to new Dreamweaver Webs, some Go Live users may want to simply maintain their existing Go Live Web sites in Go Live, and slowly move their Web work into Dreamweaver as new, from-scratch Dreamweaver Webs are created.
There were also a couple pages that absolutely exploded in Dreamweaver.
I'm not sure exactly why this is, but they were built in from the scratch in Go Live 6, and they displayed fine in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
Now go back and look at your remaining Go Live Components again. Here is Adobe's help for creating Mouse Overs and Slide Shows with Dreamweaver Behaviors (although Adobe Flash would be the tool of choice for many Web developers, if Adobe hadn't dumbed down Dreamweaver and made this officialy impossible to do).