It's no secret that we had a few issues with the HTC Flyer the first time around — there was the small issue of the stylus costing an extra $80 and then there was the fact that it was running a non-tablet version of Android. Well, it looks like we'll be able to cross off that latter con fairly soon. MoDaCo's Paul O'Brien got his hands on the Flyer's Honeycomb 3.2 and "Sense 1.1 for Tablets" update and has released the ROM for download at the source link below. We weren't quite brave enough to venture into the ClockworkMod territory on our review unit, but O'Brien was kind enough to provide us with some exclusive screenshots.
As you might have guessed, the Sense tweaks go quite deep, though he does note that the pen now works throughout the whole interface (before it only worked in select applications and took a screenshot when you tapped it in other applications). Yes, that means you can use the pen to navigate through menus, etc. We're looking forward to trying it out for ourselves when the update rolls out in a more official fashion, but in the meantime check out the images after the break or hit that source link if you find yourself to be in a ROM-installing sort of mood. (Note, however, that there seems to be no way to uninstall the ROM at this point, so install at your own risk!)