Thanks for the PM, csavery, a hectic week has left me unable to follow development as closely as I would have liked.
Sorry I haven't been by sooner to test your changes, it looks like you've done some stellar work here. Just about to compile right now and will let you know how it goes on hardware as soon as it's done (compiling from scratch on a slow netbook).
EDIT: Or not, looks like Flyspray is still nonworking.
EDIT2: Well as long as we're waiting, I'm messing with that ugly PF hack I did, and while I really don't want to be the guy going "Hey csavery, add this, now add this" (you're just so good at it) one minor niggle with the Clip+ is the tracklist, which uses gradients of brightness on titles further from the selected one; it ends up looking just kind of weird on the Clip+, though you can't tell in the simulator because it actually simulates a greyscale rather than monochrome screen. To approximate multiple colours, Rockbox flickers pixels at different rates in order to foster the illusion, but this looks awkward when applied to text; if you or anyone else had any interest it'd be nice to see a check for mono screens here and switching out of the multicolour tracklist for a monochrome one closer to the style of Rockbox's own menus (plain, as it were). Obviously, as always, this is just a none so subtle "This would be nice"; it's kind of a limited interest feature, especially considering I'm not aware of anyone who's interested in working on PictureFlow and uses a monochrome device, so this making it into anybody's workload is not a major concern.