Nyoxi, can't help with time...hard to come by. I do have my old Motorola Droid that I've been using for testing. I could send that to someone who wanted to help me.
Novo, I agree. That would work too. The Nook Simple Touch is built on Android and has a full blown Android interface for it (and a support community around the rooted Nook). I will likely end up there if I can't find a way to turn my Kindle Touch into a touch screen monitor for my Galaxy Note.
Maybe I should be looking at porting over the OS from off my Galaxy Note onto the Kindle? Then I'd have the pen writing capabilities of the Note. I wonder what the hurdles would be for interacting with the Kindle's touch screen? I know that it's infrared and likely has custom software/drivers for making it work.