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I'm not familiar with Tweener beyond having it loaded and waiting to start using it someday, so I'm wondering if the problem might be related to it somehow. I don't think the class should be an issue since that is dealt out in compiling the movie.
In place of the Tweener calls, try simply changing the alpha value of the object and see if it works any faster (this.alpha = 0.5; etc).
Replacing the Tween with a change in the alpha value works much faster - in fact it outputs with the response I would want the Tweener to work. Do you think that this is simply a matter of trade-off ? Or do you think I could still achieve the response I want with a tween ? I would prefer to keep the tween if the performance could be improved.
I just suggested that to see if the Tween might be the guilty party, which it appears to be. I am not familiar with its use at all, but from glancing around a quick Google, it appears to also support a delay property and an easing method property. So maybe you need to fiddle around with those... make the delay=0 and see if any specific easing method gives you a better response time... maybe your not specifying one could be part of the problem?