Thanks guys, and Didereaux, don't worry about the orange. It's pretty tough.
I did another run through last night with a keynote presentation. I definitely learned a few more things. For one, streaming through Join.Me isn't as fluid as I would have hoped. There is a serious refresh issue on the attendee's end. Here's is an overview of how Join.Me works so you'll understand what I mean.
When I start a meeting I can have up to ten people join in a video conference. Meaning, ten people can use their webcams and we can all see each other in these little floating 'bubbles'. The quality is typical webcam quality and the audio is only as good as the originating signal, also typical. The paid version allows up to 50 attendees but not with additional video feeds. They can just interact through audio.
At any point I can turn on screen
sharing so others see what I want to show them. This is where it starts bogging down. For simple presentations this may be useable but I want to be able to stream higher video quality without a refresh lag. Needless to say, I am liking this program less and less.
Streaming to YouTube or Facebook alleviates that lag (I think) but I don't know if I can have a private "members only" session. Time to do some homework.