@EmilyD - yep, timeouts do happen (for what it's worth, I think they were a much bigger problem in years past). If I remember correctly a copy of the completed form is emailed to the address you listed for the primary contact for the camp. Though I would caution against doing the boilerplate thing for future years - because every year camps do up their game, what worked in one year doesn't necessarily guarantee it'll work in subsequent years. Definitely hang on to the registration info for reference, but avoid the temptation to copy/paste.
@Elliot - prior to the forms opening up a sample questionnaire was posted, but once the forms go live you can just copy and paste into your word processor of choice if you care to spend more time crafting your answers.
@Ratty - you can't register a placed camp of just two people (I think that's covered in the posted resource guide info). You also may not grab land anywhere between Esplanade and G prior to the gates opening, unless you are a registerd/placed camp. The reason is to specifically prevent people from playing the land-grabbing games (slide in on early arrival through some other project, then stake a claim before the gates open). It may sound like a tiny thing, but several hundred people doing it translated into vast chunks of what was supposed to be prime unreserved
land... all gobbled up before the gates opened up. If G is acceptable for you guys, I'd say go ahead and don't worry about registering. Remember that even if you do register, placement can not guarantee that you'll get a specific location (at best, it's within a block or two of where you'd like to go). They do their best to accommodate peoples' requests, but that's just not always possible.
@Peritwinkle - if you complete the form and get to the questionnaire completed page, that'd be a strong sign. So would the follow-up automated email that usually follows, sending you an acknowledgement of the form submission and a copy of the questionnaire. If you're unable to get to that stage, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
for assistance and wait patiently for a response. When emailing the placement team, I always include the camp name in the subject line. As for options that do not apply, I'd recommend putting N/A in the text fields, don't just leave the fields blank. As for vague, so is what you described in your first post. "Pretty decadent bar" conjures up images of adult/naked/sexytime games, and not... a bar serving wine and champagne. It is a given that all bars are adhering to Nevada state law and only serving alcohol to adults and carding people and whatnot. If there's no sauciness, you can do the form without checking that box.
Hope that helps!