I am giving a presentation on email marketing best practices next week and I'd like to include some screen shots of emails that were not rendering properly in some clients perhaps because they were using external CSS, or background images, etc. but were improved by introducing some table structure, inline styles, etc.
I can give design credit (name, company, url, etc.) on any slides that use your work or example.
We don't have anything prepared (we've not saved our flawed earlier versions of our templates) but you might consider sending yourself a test of an email without inline CSS, and then with inline CSS as a quick way to get a few examples.
Here are some of the Blog posts that came in handy while putting things together. I had searched the forums, but forgot (duh) to check the Blog: (thanks to Anna at StyleCampaign as well).
The Extreme Email Makeover Series (Vol 1-4)
Huge time saver: Automatic inline CSS generation
Optimizing for Gmail’s snippets and Outlook’s AutoPreview
Microsoft takes email design back 5 years
Ah, I see more what you were after now. Best of luck with your presentation!