The whole reason I had a jailbroken iPhone was to run VNSea. This let me control all of the Macs in our data center.
But when iPhone version 2.0 came out, I updated despite losing the VNSea client.
So you can imagine how happy I was to see VNC Mocha lite. It is a very well done VNC client that let’s you store multiple connections to control both Macs and PCs. It has a real nice interface that let’s you scroll around the remote screen, use a mouse cursor, and pop up a QWERTY keyboard for use. Just set up your Mac server for Screen Sharing and off you go.
And it is also free. (They’ll be releasing a $5.99 version later that has a few more options.)