According to Vish, everything will migrate over to Blogger: text, pictures, videos. I don't think animated graphics will transfer, but everything else should. More info will be coming soon about the migration.
Apparently, they won't be able to migrate things over to an account that has the same name. I.e., my new Blogger blog is called Nutwood Junction. When they migrate these AOL files over and the prompt asks the name of the blog where they should go, if I try to use Nutwood Junction, it might say that name is already in use. I guess you can't do this with an existing blog. So my idea last night was to create another Blogger blog when the time comes, just for the archives from THIS journal. Then I can link to it on my Blogger blog, and all my archives will be right there. Seems like this will work, and I'll see if Vish can confirm that.
I also thought last night about needing to modify accounts, including Technorati, to reflect our new addresses. I did that this afternoon, although I'm sure I'll think of other ones I need to update.
One nice thing I've noticed so far is that there are no restrictions on HTML codes. As you know, AOL had a limited list of allowed sites, and not every code could be used. I added a fun little hit counter to my Blogger blog today--it looks like an odometer! I think that seems appropriate, considering my Route 66 obsession--er, interest.