Great guide written by Skullflower the US fastest lvl 85 and possibly fastest lvl 85 in the world who did it legit by solo questing, no power leveling. Here is a small preview below.
There's two methods to go about collecting daily quests before launch and then turning them in when MoP goes live.
If you do not care about leveling speed and the fact that there will be a huge amount of people occupying Jade Forest at launch, then I would say to collect a full quest log of daily quests. There's a good amount of quests you can get from TB peninsula and from the 3 rotations of daily quests in TB (maybe a full quest log?). Your other option would be to get a full quest log from the Hyjal dailies. In any case, in preparation for launch, you should have your hearthstone set to the Dwarven District, and then log your character out where the quest NPCs are. Once MoP goes live, turn in the quests, hearthstone and head to the SW Keep. Be warned that when servers go live, there may be a few minutes before they allow you to gain experience even though Pandaland has been unlocked.
If you do care about leveling speed, then you'll want to collect a maximum of 19 daily quests. These can easily be done with the TB peninsula quests + the 3 rotations of TB dailies. We only keep 19 daily quests in our quest log because we will have a maximum of 6 quests that we need to have in our quest log before we turn them in. In addition to completing those 19 daily quests, I personally only accept the quests that do not require the collection of quest items. Bag space is pretty damn important, and with carrying all the consumables and eventual junk, greens, cloth, and quest items, your bags will fill up pretty quickly and it's way too time consuming to be stopping in the middle of questing to sell and organize all that crap. If you have Addons & Macros that organize and sell that crap for you then go for it. Do not log out at TB, have a tabard to teleport there ready and logout by the SW keep. We will be turning these in later, which means that you should ignore them at launch and head straight to Jade Forest.
Bind "Show Friendly Nameplates" and "Interact with Friendly Target". There could be a huge amount of people that will block NPCs with their mounts. In addition to these two, I also bound the macros below.
(those are extra keyboard buttons macro'd to my numpad)
Quest Dialog Macro 1:
This macro selects the first dialog option for quest NPCs. How is this useful? I find it faster and more convenient to have this bound to something and then spamming it when you know the quest NPC will have a dialogue you have to go through. Read More...