But to PDFs, they have at least incorporated conferencing and "studios" into Bluebeam. Why does PowerPoint not have a collaborative conferencing solution built in?
I was going to invest in a dual-screen presentation system for my company to simplify the process of giving reference and content at the same time in a presentation without being forced into awful split-tile powerpoints, but it was just too hard at the time.
Most people aren't graphics designers, nor are they engaging presenters. It takes having professionals to build a good deck. Barring that, dynamic mind maps (Omni Graffle on steroids) would be great for presentations... But Bluebeam is our go-to now.