Just watched that Keynote, and I still contend that this is exactly what most business meetings should not be... I'm not criticizing Jobs - or the presentation he gives. Based on his audience (already evangelized), and his purpose (market a product) - he is on point. However, if I gave you that presentation with no audio - you would be absolutely lost. The "Who Wants a Stylus" slide should NEVER make it in front of a client. If the wrong person sees it, they could actually believe the device will have a stylus. In this case, Jobs and the product are the focus, and the presentation is backdrop. If you owe a contracted work product that will be delivered in PPT format and you hand this over, it won't matter how awesome your presentation is, because some exec will miss your delivery and want to fall back on the deck. A presenter's job is to know an audience and sell an idea. I don't know how you can do it any better than him.