As another resource, if anyone is interested I recently presented (Using Your Moodle in the Classroom) at a conference at Richard Stockton College of NJ. I gave out mini-CDs to attendees that walked people through setting up a Moodle. It includes how-tos on: downloading the moodle, installing a moodle, setting up database, setting up a course, adding a block, and adding a module. I also included the latest version of moodle, wamp5server, a module (for practice on setting up a module), a ftp client, and a link to DynDns directly on the CD. Finally, included a link to two books on Moodle. Since a majority of people attending had never used or heard of it, I wanted to give people an opportunity to set-up a moodle as a localhost to see how great it can work in K-12 districts.
If anyone is interested, let me know.