I plan to follow this outline:
1. My Church history presentation at the John Whitmer Historical Association annual meeting. This is the one that debunks Brother Roper's 7 "facts" as he set them forth in his first stylometry article published by the Maxwell Institute. I show the errors in every one of the "facts" upon which he based his original stylometry.
2. My presentation on Mormon's Codex, which evaluates that book (and the Mesoamerican theory in general) through the three "filters" set forth by John Sorenson. I show that all three filters exclude Mesoamerica as a plausible setting for the Book of Mormon, and they they all point to North America (for Dan Peterson, I mean north of the Rio Grande) instead.
3. My presentation on Letter VII, which gives the background and significance of Oliver Cowdery's letter about the Hill Cumorah, showing that he described the New York hill's setting for the final battles of the Nephites and Jaredites as a fact.
4. My presentation on Moroni's America, which outlines the North American geography.
All of these, in one way or another, respond to the Interpreter's position on Book of Mormon geography.