If you are referring to LinFu - the library has an incredible amount of promise! I was very excited when I first read up on it, in particular its AOP parts.
I tried to mess about with it, but I couldn't get the latest version to work. I couldnt find any documentation beyond the CodeProject tutorials - which were out of date. Then, being a lazy programmer myself - I gave up.
Every so often I do a search on Linfu to see if there have been any updates - and if there is any new documentation about.
To attract the average programmer like myself, it needs to be easy to start using the library. This means it has to work and it has to be simple to start - either through documentation, or through simplicity of design.
You may want to consider setting up a homepage to act as a centralised place where the documentation, future plans, feature requests can go. This would help give me faith that the library is an active one this isn't going to go away and I can take seriously.
Funky graphics do help here too! The main reason I use Ninject is because I like the ninjas they have on their site.
Linfu has a lot of potential and could easily turn you into a .net God with just a bit of extra icing on top.