We're slowly moving away from our mobile skin towards our responsive design - "responsive" meaning that the page doesn't have a fixed minimum width and instead is designed to scale to be more usable on smaller screens like smart phones and tablets. I think this view will be better for you than the mobile view. It's more fully-functional and it looks prettier (to me, anyway) as you get to keep the per-site theming rather than the basic blue everywhere.
There are a few things to keep in mind here:
- Not all pages are responsive yet. This includes review queues, profile pages, and many moderation-type pages. These pages will require some zooming and scrolling to get around them until we update them.
- The responsive theme isn't optimized for mobile yet. This means that font sizes are likely too big and the content width of the page may have a lot of extra whitespace. This is also on our list of stuff to look at.
In general, even on my smaller iPhone, I find myself reaching for the full site view rather than the mobile view whenever I'm not using the app.
If you'd like to try it out, you can find the link to this view in the footer of any page. Be aware, the link is per-site, so you'll need to switch to the full-site view for each Stack Exchange Network site you use.