The installer ended up not working (it's a big work in progress, so I had my doubts.) On the plus side, now I can fit more on the CD (and by "more" I mean OpenOffice.org.) I'm building a new version and will maybe try uploading it to filefront overnight.
EDIT: OpenOffice.org still won't fit!
I'm putting abiword-gnome on there; the ISO I have is now 589MB, which is a nice, manageable size.
If you want to install a Mint-flavored Debian, you could:
*install Debian lenny/sid standard system (command-line)
*add Linux Mint, debian-multimedia, contrib and non-free to the sources.list
*install this huge list of packages:
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xorg gnome-core gnome-themes mintmenu mintupdate-gnome mintdesktop mintinstall python-apt python-xdg file-roller mplayer tomboy iceweasel-gnome-support icedove-gnome-support openoffice.org-gnome openoffice.org-writer openoffice.org-calc openoffice.org-impress xchat-gnome fortunes gimp transmission brasero pidgin eog compiz-gnome compizconfig-settings-manager gnome-games vinagre evince dmz-cursor-theme gstreamer0.10-plugins-good gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly rhythmbox gconf-editor totem gcalctool streamtuner streamripper ttf-liberation gstreamer0.10-lame gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg-full gstreamer0.10-plugins-really-bad flashplayer-mozilla w32codecs libdvdcss2
*install the 2 .deb packages on my filefront page, mint-artwork and mintmenu-debian