I thought I’d mention the post Rob at BusinessPundit wrote about how to nail a VC presentation because it has some good advice. Though I don’t have any experience with dealing with VC’s, the advice makes business sense. Regarding the presentation he heard from RentalHouses.com, he had this to say-

So kudos to whoever put that presentation together, because they actually knew what the hell they were doing. With that kind of presentation, I doubt they have trouble finding investors. If you want to pitch your own business someday, take some lessons from this team. Be honest, be clear, acknowledge your competition, and avoid chinese math. Instead of the confusion perpetuated by so many entrepreneur pitches, this pitch made me believe that the company knew where they were going, and that they really could get their. Nice work.