Hey guys, thanks for the good wishes. I'll try my best.
Aaron: I'll see what I can do. I only have a popint and shoot camera, which does HD, but not really suitable for a long recording session. I'll talk with the organizers of the event.
Philip: Awesome! I got your PM, and glad to have you aboard. Let me finish up my presentation to see what would be useful. We'll keep in touch.
Thomas: Very good advice! I have never given a backpacking presentation and I don't know any of the attendee's other then the organizer who I have never actually met, and now Philip from the above post - also never met. I'm no professional, but I do presentations for work on maybe a monthly basis. Of course, they aren't on backpacking. I don't intend the presentation to come across as "this is how to UL backpack" because quite frankly, there is no right way to backpack. I see it as exposing them to various options and techniques. Wether or not they choose to use them will be there call. Probably a portion of it will be "this is what I do, and here are some other options". I also definitely intend to stress that I am on the more extreme side of the scene because they will probably think I'm crazy. :)
I'm still working on everything, so if you guys have any advice, I'm open to suggestions. Trying to keep it fun and light - don't want people to feel like there at a boring lecture.