I think we have about all the presentations in. Which, in your opinion, is the one with the best chance to change skeptical opinions? Say a skeptic gave you one, and only one, opportunity to show him/her what you consider the most convincing ICCF24 video...which would you choose? Not easy IMO. There were so many high quality presentations backed by solid lab work that would qualify, but alas, that mean ole skeptic specified only one.
After careful consideration, my choice is the US Navy led team (HIVER Electrochemistry Project). There are many reasons for my decision. They are a large and diverse group, drawing expertise from Indian Head, US Naval Academy, US Army, Dahlgren, NIST, and also recruited outside government labs to industry/academia. They approached the research from all angles; experimentation, theory/analysis, and material science. Basically, they are doing everything the field has been saying for 30 years would be needed to solve the mystery. Most importantly, they were quite successful, having claimed several times "we could do it over and over".
Other factors I considered is that this US Navy led team has already made PR inroads with positive feedback reporting such as the IEEE Spectrum article, so whatever they publish in the future is much more likely to be viewed without the bias we are more familiar with. Lastly, they have money/equipment/logistical support the old guard could only dream of, which will keep them teasing out the LENR secrets for years to come.
So Mr. Skeptic, here is my pick: