Yo emotion! Just a couple quick words on running a camp. As you will find out, posts can be sometimes critical or harsh just because some people find that funny. I say this as I don't want to be critical or scare you off, I just want to help set your expectations.
I've been running a theme camp for the past 5 years. It's a lot of work. It has been like a second job except with no monetary pay. It is worth every bit of energy as the joy I get from having other people enjoy the work.
Passing on the theme camp was a good idea. I don't honestly know if a virgin burner could appropiately plan for that. Again, I'm not being harsh, it is just a very tough project. After years of experience, I still learn tons every year on how to improve our camp.
As mentioned above, read http://www.burningman.com/first_timers/
first. And then read it again. It has evolved over the years to include so much valuable info. Next, try to get in touch with someone who has been there. Hell, send me a PM and we can exchange info. Nobody can type all the info you need. So whether you call me and we speak on the phone or you find someone in Montana who has been before(believe me, there are burners all around you, you just don't know it), talking to someone will be essential.
Personally, I always recommend virgins try to join a camp of people who have been before. That being said, I like your idea and having a bunch of virgins running around discovering things together. But whichever route is traveled, there is just so much info about keeping a camp "healthy" that can't be said via the internet.
So, best of luck on your burn. There are endless burners out there willing to lend a hand. Keep seeking out and your burn will be best!