I am using mappoint in a web applications and
1. I get the map for an address
2. Let the user zoom or pan(move the map)

While I can get mappoint to move the map,
I cannot find the new "centerpoint" of the map after it is moved.

I have read the faq and articles on getting the longitude and latitude
for a location, but all of this seems to only
work when you see the entire planet (From pole to pole),

Since I am using a location (101 1st, anywhere, FL)
and then the user moves the map,
How can the find the New long/lat of the map the user is seeing?