My biggest concern here would be the effectiveness of the Flash Quiz content you are embedding in the presentation. Presenter has its own reporting that will take precedence over an embedded SWF file. For example, if you created a Captivate project with reporting, and then embedded it into a Presenter presentation, the only report you would see would be that the viewer(s) viewed the slide with the Captivate SWF in it. None of the Captivate reporting would be recorded.
For this reason, I suspect that Presenter won't report your quiz content as expected, but hey, you can get a 30-day free trial of Presenter 9, so it is easy to test and validate. Presenter could prove me wrong (it has happened before)!
Thank you. You are right on track. I have a trial and will give it a shot. Somehow, I did not think this process would be this difficult. This experience certainly tells me what format to avoid from an enterprise/corporate level.
You might want to look at Presenter's quiz tools and see if they can meet your needs. Probably not as flashy, but it could work.
The other application that may be worth testing is Captivate. It may handle the reporting from your SWF files better... but I'd have to test it for sure. You should see the same quiz functionality in Captivate as in Presenter as well, should you find a preference in that tool.