Quick update to this post (6/7/2007). Saw this article http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa945450(VS.80).aspx which is pretty comprehensive on this topic. Worth a read.
Getting tired of waiting for a list to be published, so will start to build my own from scratch as I go along. Many of you know that InfoPath 2007 will have the ability to build forms that are "web-enabled". What that means is that Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, if you've bought Enterprise CALs, will allow you to build an InfoPath form that will render either in the rich client application or can be served up as an ASP.NET page. This has been done with cross-platform, zero-footprint considerations in mind. It's a nice and much-asked-for capability. However, there are a bunch of things that won't work when you go to web environment. Here is a small list that I've started to compile. It will grow and I will repost as I discover more things.
More to follow.