Thanks Ray, that would be cool.
I love simplicity in design, and like my forms to 'blend' in to the site design, as they are merely 'tools' of the site, and not actual features. Simplicity and functionality. Bauhaus.
An example of a simple form (250px wide) would be with labels above the fields to maximise form width, with no label or form-element offsetting. Quick example here:
If there could be just one preset that required no design choices, just plain with the easy ability to specify individual element widths, or elements that could be a percentage of selected form width, that would be excellent.
The form would then take its style from the page, rather than having an identity of its own.
I appreciate your interest!
You will see that with the form I link to, the only css applied to the form is the field widths, top and bottom padding and 1px border.
Edit: A couple of similar examples: Here and Here