For those working with the JitterListener, you might've run into problems with the this object playing a game of sleight-of-hand with you. I know I have. Basically, it mucks up attempts to pass data back to an object during a callback. Here's a paper on the subject that shows how to solve it. It's something inherent in the JS language. The paper is about HTML stuff, but it applies equally well to JitterListener as well.