Many mobile device web browsers have not rendered SVG, making their use with Tomato variants less than optimal. However, the FOSS community has come through. Firefox for Mobile (a.k.a. Fennic), at least for Androids with the Arm7 processor will run the 4.0 beta 3 version.
And Firefox 4.0 beta 3, with SVG built in, unlike the Webkit implementation in Android version 2.+, does render all those pretty graphics!
So, I guess I am going to have to get set up so that I can pull from the GIT repository, 'cause I want to build some custom CSS and JS for my leetle Droid.
from the Release Notes, the system requirements are:
Firefox 4 Beta is available for Android 2.0 and higher, and for the Nokia N900.
Firefox 4 Beta 3 requires around 17 MB of storage. Android 2.2 users can move Firefox to the SD card using Android’s Settings app.
This release requires a phone with an ARMv7 processor. Before installing Firefox 4 Beta on your Android phone, visit the Platforms and Device Requirements page. See a full list of supported and unsupported devices by visiting our System Requirements wiki.
Haven't tried to remote in to my router over the phone network, but that is on my to-do list also.