The remote and tripod together eliminated camera shake, allowing me to range my shutter speeds from half a second to a full 13 seconds. I found one to two seconds was kind of the "sweet spot" to catch one or two bursts at a time, but some of the longer exposure ones turned out pretty cool too. The only editing I did was adjusting the exposure in Photoshop RAW, especially on the ones where I had the shutter open for five or ten seconds. I also adjusted the white balance of a few shots, and cropped many of them for a better composition. (Since I was on a tripod, and given how fast everything happens, I couldn't really frame individual shots as I was shooting.)
Here are a few of my favorites. I posted more photos, plus larger versions of these, in a Facebook album for those who are interested :) Feel free to leave a commont on some of your favorites as well!