I assume you made friends out there (didn't you?
). If you made some real good friends, ask them if they're attached to a theme camp and then ask if you can hook up.
Big theme camps can be good in that they have a fun interactivity and/or installation to contribute to. They're also usually well-equipped, meaning they've sorted out their infrastructure. They've also probably sorted out their politics, which can help. But, the downside is, you're jumping into a big group of people who know each other better than you know them. A big theme camp with a big project also could mean, you don't get out of camp which can be a bummer.
Small theme camp usually means that when the Playa Flake Factor rears its hideous head (and it will), the repercussions can be devastating. So if you join a small camp and they got a really cool project, and you give it your all, and someone fluffs out, <b>you feel it.</b> That's happened to me a couple times. One gets used to it, but when it happens it hurts. But, if that beast doesn't ooze its way into the small camp, it can be <b>a lot</b> of fun
Best of both worlds, contribute to a project, meet cool people, get out and meet more cool people.