Oh, you're IN Texas.
Like, right now. Well, join the Texas mailing lists; dig around in the Texas regional area of the Burning Man site. There are lots of Texas Burners, and they have regional events!
If you drive, you can bring a lot more supplies, pack more carefully and thoroughly, and keep the items more easily when you're done. (If you fly in and buy stuff, when you're done, you either have to donate it, trash it, recycle it, ship it, or somehow take it home.) If it's possible to drive your first time, that might be easier on you in a number of ways. However, gas can add up, and not everyone drives, or likes driving, and a long drive can be very tiring and time-consuming, especially when the Burn is over. You'll have to think about whether you have a car that make it, or whether a 2nd driver to split gas and driving with you would be ideal.
If you decide to fly, the transportation Forum has a good thread for you.Costs & Logistics of Flying to Renoviewtopic.php?t=52826&p=770401
And this, under the "Shelter & Camping" Forum:Box Truck Camping Tricksviewtopic.php?f=277&t=35289