Paul Hixson's presentation and videos are good - he used the same %age approach I used in the College when looking at IT expenditures.
Chuck Thompson continues to exemplify the high-energy "get 'er done" approach that actualizes what we all think is intellectually a good idea.
Beth Sandore and the Research Data Service plan is almost the same as I was proposing at UWM - she must be a Librarian.
I have to add. Having the sub-groups led by Faculty pretty much worked. In the early days, IT was thought of magic by most Faculty, indeed most, so almost magical mystical "wants" showed up in the IT in-box. What was refreshing about this plan was the Faculty involvement indicated that they've "matured" for lack of a better word and now have a far more realistic view of what can and is achievable technically. The plan is good, even excellent, and I think it's because Faculty actually brought their "real-world" IT experience to the table realizing the "art of the possible," that campus IT, and budgets, can deliver. The "South of Green" cyberinfrastructure needs are weak, even missing, but that can be left for the next iteration. This plan is a mix of triage with the wireless, and the future, with classrooms. MOOC's are still gestating and it's too early to pin too many hopes on them, even when the U of I was one of the first into them in a big way - besides, that should be EdTech's Stategic plan, not IT's anyway. :)
All in all, a good afternoon of learning.