I have been working with swfAddress today to incorporate into all of our future sites. Everything seemed pretty straight forward:
1. Use SWFObject... check.
3. Add a SWFAddressEvent.CHANGE handler that updates the SWFAddress title... check.
4. Create Buttons that set the SWFAddress value to new pages... check.
Upon testing it, the buttons would cause the address bar to change which would trigger the CHANGE handler and update the title of the page. So far so good. Now click the back button. DOH! The Address bar changed, but the title of the page did not... the CHANGE event was never dispatched.