On the good side this WordPress engine is a lot easier to get along with than TextPattern. There are menus of things to do along the side and top of the page with those that make most sense at the top and right. As you go down the list dangerous categories such as Plugins and Tools show their face; thankfully the system will work without having to use these.
One drawback of using WordPress is its use of new tabs to show content. When I preview this page, it opens in a new tab of the browser. Adding new media places the content on this page. If the editing page is not first saved the content will be lost as new media is added. The browser should show a warning when this happens. Simple tweaking of this site resulted in several new tabs being created. The spares can be closed down but overenthusiastic closing of tabs will lose access to this site. I have set up the preferences in 1 browser to automatically reopen the pages as a logged in administration user. This shows a good deal of information that the regular user ought not to see. I am checking the pages in another browser to get feedback on what a regular user ought to be seeing.