A bit of an overall update for those who are salivating....
We successfully put two pieces of source together the engine, and the wifi get/post code, and are able to download raw html, and display it in one the tabs based on a url that the user enters via the text entry.
We will be switching to libcurl however for the retrieval of pages/objects, because it's there, it's ported, and it's awesome.
For those of you who are curious about things like mp3 support, flash, java, and all the rest, the plan is to create a plugin architecture(we might want to require signing of the plugins to prevent psp spyware and all) so that when we add support for something, you can throw a file in a directory, and it just simply loads the new plugin.
I am working on a simple html (mostly text tags links, things like that) parser to be combined into what we have, so we can see some text based pages, hopefully by month end.
This is the news.