Ok, I get what you’re saying. See, right now, I’m mostly trying to use Ghost for personal projects. So, my solution is to have hard-coded static pages on the main directory or domain. Then, I will have “dynamic” content, which will really only be for a blog on a subdirectory/subdomain. Now, this is fine because I personally do not need a CMS for most of my static pages. However, I can see how Ghost not handling this would be a problem for clients, as you don’t want them mucking around with any kind of code… ever.
Thanks for elaborating on that. I think for my purposes, Ghost is probably the best answer. Although, I’m still keeping my eye on a few other solutions.