I think I'll go crazy with hands and feet combos like mike portnoy, do some sweeps, gravity blasts, funky grooves, and just go wild. haha Thanks for the suggestions
I will do one hand snare rolls, crossover between floor toms and snare. Double bass stuff and just go ham haha. Thanks for the advice.I would avoid unnecessary technique. In other words, don't try showing off every permutation of a paraddidle because nobody's gonna care. I'd keep it rhythmic, I'd keep it visually exciting (crossovers, stick tricks), and I'd set aside a chunk to play something cool on the toms. I don't know why (perhaps because I'm a drummer), but people seem to go bananas when drummers go nuts on the toms - think Gene Krupa with Sing Sing Sing or Wipeout.
But maybe more than anything else, strive to play the kind of solo that you'd like to hear. If you like something and thinks it sounds over the top badass, chances are good others will too.