Hey, you're welcome! :) Random people adding info is what the internet ought to be all about. (Or is that just "Web 2.0"?)
A few more tips, if you're so inclined:
* if you haven't moved before, I strongly recommend gloves and a hand truck
(aka "upright dolly"). That's what let us get my books and CDs moved so quickly -- they were all sturdily packed, uniform in size, stacked nicely, and the dolly moved them with a minimum of grunt. You can rent one from the trucking company, but nice pneumatic-tire ones are only 40$ at your local hardware store, and you might find it useful even after returning the truck (I know I have!).
* Drive gently. I did the speed limit or a bit less most of the way. The limits out here are 65-75mph, and I was usually doing 70mph at the most. A little more going downhill, a little less going uphill, but never really pushing it.
* If you're towing a car, you might have to budget that gas back in -- the rental agent told me that that's a huge killer for milage. Almost makes me wonder if it's cheaper to just get another driver and take the car by itself (although it's not just gas, and towing it saves all the other costs that come with putting miles on the car.)
Anyway, best of luck on your move! Glad I could help out. :)
(And in a final fit of coincidence, I'm actually originally from New Jersey myself -- my family moved to New Mexico when I was 8, but up until then, I lived in Neptune and Colts Neck, New Jersey.)