Onskreen | Cornerstone Cornerstone seems to be an interface alternative that can be baked into ROMs (as far as I can tell, that's the only way to get it). I'm having trouble finding any roms that currently utilize it, though I have seen this report that cyanogenmod was interested in it. I went searching for windowed multitasking shortly after I got my infinity, and found this, but no usable form of it. My Transformer is kind of a big upgrade from my old netbook, a little bigger screen and a dramatically higher resolution, yet despite that, it's less capable of multitasking. I grant you, setting up multiple windows on my netbook in such cramped space wasn't a recommended use, and it was rarely pretty, but it worked and I did it all the time. Given the range of apps and widgets available, multitasking on android should be more feasible. I shouldn't need to swap between fullscreen programs to mess with simple things like my mp3 controls, to switch playlists, podcasts, skip an entry or monitor a feed/email or any number of other things. Cornerstone looks brilliant. It doesn't look as flexible as what I'd ultimately like to see, but it's a great start. I have little desire to put an alternate rom on my transformer, especially before the warranty runs out, but a feature like this one would tempt me sorely. [video=youtube;qX8w3UZIjkc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX8w3UZIjkc[/video] I hope this is the future of Android, but I suspect despite being tantalizingly close, I won't ever get to use it. The Cornerstone source hasn't been updated in a many months, and I see no cyanogen references to it since the spring. Other interested posters seem to think it's all but abandoned. And that's a real shame.