Hero (mobile development capabilities for the Flex framework) is in beta on Adobe labs. You'll need to be comfortable working with Flex libraries in Flash Builder. Flash Catalyst does create an .fxp file that can then be imported into Flex builder. Though, before venturing further I would do some more reading on the pros and cons of the different players, authoring environments, supported devices and available markets. Here are some resources.
- Flash Player Lite (Flash Professional and Device Central for authoring)
- Flash Player 10.1 (Flash Professional and Flash Builder for authoring)
- Hero on Labs - http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flex/mobile/index.html
- Hero FAQs - http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flex/mobile/faq.html
- Open Screen Project - http://www.openscreenproject.org/
Hope this helps.
I hoped I could get some guidance.
I kinda feel like I'm climbing Mt. Everest right now.
I will add to my climb some more tools from your suggestion.
I understand. Am climbing the same mountain.
This area is growing so fast right now, that it really depends on your business objectives as to which tool you would adopt. The Flash Lite player is deployed on so many (800 mil +) devices, so has a great audience. However, the Flash Player 10.1 is the future for Adobe development tools targeting smartphone devices as it leverages the new Flex libraries being developed.