ok, so since nobody seemed to be looking into this, i decided to do it myself.
after discovering that trying to control WMP while a IE-window was focused did not work
instead bringing up the print dialogue, i realized it was quite simple:
my SE-phone is sending the following keyboard-strokes (corresponding to WMP10):
ctrl-p play pause
ctrl-shift-f fast forward
ctrl-shift-b fast backward
users with WMP11 will xperience volume difficulties
WMP11 responds to:
this is however not an issue (for most people) with Streetdeck since you are able to do your own keyboard-shortcut-map, ie making my sd respond to the strokes from the WMP10 list above makes it work like a charm, just make sure you select the correct function in sd since there are many similar functions such as play/pause and play/pause(rear) etc.
that was my dissection of bluetooth remote control
i also found an interesting piece of software called Bluetooth Remote Control 3.0 at
supporting a number of apps such as winamp itunes WMP and not only controlling your WMP but also extending the media info to the phone interface
and another feature is the mouse control where you actually see a portion the desktop where the pointer is on your phone, neat huh?