I'm sorry about your loss.
But you know what makes the most wonderful funeral, regardless of your beliefs about religion?
A funeral should be a celebration of your life, instead of a time of mourning. Sure, people will miss you (including most of us from R&S), but you want people's last memories of you to be warm and funny ones.
So, pick out the most outrageous outfit you can tolerate, and have that designated as your funeral clothes (write the instructions someplace where a trusted person will know where to find them). At my brother's funeral last week, he was buried in his Civil War costume - as a Christian, we believe that the Dead in Christ will rise, and I can't wait to see his reaction when he realizes which outfit he's wearing!! Someone is going to think he's a bona fide Union soldier!
Also, I know you know how to make a great YouTube Video, so what about putting together a video about you and what you want people to remember about you? It's okay to brag on yourself at that point.
Another memorable thing is to have a co-worker, a friend from an organization, and hopefully one of your online friends, share some funny stories about you at your funeral. My sister in law, neice and nephew all wrote letters, which were read, and between the crew at work, church, and immediate family it allowed all of us to learn things about my brother we did not know before.
Let people remember you with a smile and kind memories.
And, I hope that we are talking a LONG time from now!!!