Given the number of changes made in the Phonon effort and the fact
neither nspluginview and kmod-nvidia changed, what do you think the
chance of the issue lying in Phonon is ?
Oh, BTW, Flash doesn't use Phonon at all, nor do other Mozilla plugins, and
nspluginviewer handles ONLY Mozilla plugins (it's the bridge between
Konqueror and Mozilla plugins), so I don't see how Phonon would have
anything to do with nspluginviewer's CPU or memory usage.