well the SPL is certainly a start
now they just need to crack the bootloader, rework the entire OS to be able to run EXEs, crack the system to allow root access to the filesystem to upload a virtual linux FS, compile a working linux kernel, reconfigure the drivers for the screen, buttons, radio, camera, wifi etc, get them all working together.
then we just need to get unlocked devices to run it all.
sorry to sound pessimistic, but i know how long it's taken people to get semi-working versions of android for other handsets which have much larger user-bases than the mozart
as i said, the blackstone STILL isn't working well enough for day-to-day use and they've JUST got the camera working...ish....and that project has been going for about 2 years with MASSES of people on it. That ran WM6 which already had the ability to run EXEs and an accessible filesystem and no root access needed.
i really wouldn't hold your breath for a long time yet