Hmm, just ran it again on the laptop. It hung at T-34 overnight. I rebooted this morning so setup could finish and now it's in a 7B BSOD loop. When it worked previously, I had only integrated CPU, Chipset, and MassStorage. Tentatively, I would say that adding the rest causes this problem, but it could be an anomaly. I'll restart from scratch and try again.
After two runs, I confirmed it happens every time if I include all packs. I tried a run with CPU, Chipset, MassStorage, LAN and WLAN, and it still happened. I'll try just including CPU, Chipset, and MassStorage again to see if it works as expected. If it does, then I'll work on narrowing down which networking driver pack is incompatible. I did notice that pnplog.txt's last entry was the integrated Texas Instruments firewire adapter. I tried to see if I could disable that in the BIOS, but that option isn't available.
That was also all on the same burn. Perhaps it was a bad one. I'll do an md5 check on it.