Just thought I'd share a nice solution I found for streaming my MBWE White Light media to my mobile device remotely.
What you need:
1. OpenVPN installed on MBWE.
2. A jail-broken iPhone / iPod Touch with Cydia.
3. Two apps (not free, but well worth the few $$$) — the first is PlugPlayer, available in the regular App Store; the second is GuizmoVPN, available w/ Cydia enabled.
PlugPlayer streams audio and video from UPnP media servers with a very friendly GUI. GuizmoVPN is an OpenVPN client interface for the iPhone / iPod Touch. When you've connected remotely through GuizmoVPN, PlugPlayer detects the MBWE and will stream content. Of course particular network configurations will affect speed, but folders and files have loaded quite quickly in my experience. Codecs are limited, unfortunately, to those supported by the Apple device. I've read that this works with 3G networking on the iPhone, but I don't have one so I can't verify this personally.
Don't think there is a PlugPlayer alternative for the Android yet, but I read that the PlugPlayer author is strongly considering porting for that device.
This is the best method I've found, though it's not necessarily the only one. An app called DeadOn Player is able to connect via SSH/SFTP, but the program is still buggy (e.g., it can't open folders with "special characters" in the title, including not only accented letters and the like, but also even underscores and colons!), and it only works for audio (not video). Another option I tried was simple HTTPS access, which works so well on computers; but the iPod wouldn't open the media files this way (a shortcoming of the device… something to do with certain encrypted connections, I imagine).
Hopefully somebody finds this information useful.