This will be the first one ever completed here. I realize I am not going to be bulletproof out of the box, and that this will evolve over time.
Okay, but you only get one chance to make a first impression. (No pressure there, eh?)
Why don't you find out what your head honcho is interested in seeing, and present that?
The management review has certain required inputs, but you don't have to present them all during the meeting. (Heck, there doesn't even have to be a meeting, but that's another topic I suppose.)
Get your objective right out front: it's a status meeting. Say that, in a polished way, to your top exec, complete with eye contact. If (s)he buys it, you'll have a much easier time deflecting problem solving if it tries to rear its ugly head. If problem solving does break out, congratulations, you've just become a spectator in your own meeting.
So hit what management wants to see, hit the three or four things that you think are important (they should relate closely to the value stream, though) and make the document available for further review at the exec mgr's convenience.
Rehearse. Not just in your head, but out loud. Video yourself. Rehearse some more. Know your material cold, so if there's a question about one of the slides you elect to show, you know the answer. Numbers are important. If you show math, make sure it's correct. Then rehearse some more.
But here's what really concerns me: how is it that the person creating the management review is not aware of the concerns of top management?
Parenthetically yours and good luck,