I found her an interesting speaker, very listenable I think for most people. There were times I wished she would move along a little quicker, but that's probably just me. The talk was fairly basic, stressing the use of the SharedCM project's charts and similar, but she did spend some time introducing AncestryDNA's new feature, ThruLines, touching on both its potential and its faults, with examples. Probably the most important lesson she stressed is requiring verification - don't trust single DNA matches (verify with more matches), don't trust recommendations (test their validity).
The one thing I wish I could tell her though, would be to drop the 'cheating' references. I don't think using a cordless screwdriver over a traditional one is cheating, and that's basically what she was saying. Using these new genetic genealogy tools is not cheating - they are legitimate tools to be learned and used. I know she was trying to be cute (can't think of the right word), telling people to cheat with the newest tools available, but her message did not need that 'cuteness'.