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That seems to do exactly what I need as far as the client-side URL goes.
The problem is the subdirs: I'm doing this because I need to mirror TWiki pages (which are not .HTML files) with their HTML counterparts. The TWiki treats URL space a bit differently (their "webs" and "topics" appear as directories without a trailing slash in the URL). So when you browse to a specific page of the TWiki, you don't append .html to the URL because it doesn't exist. However, it's there on the HTML mirror, and I need something to not ony append the .html suffix to each incoming request, but to be able to tell whether the request is looking for a file or a directory.
The RewriteRule above works for that, if I duplicate it so it appears with and without the trailing slash, and for each subdirectory (I'm sure there's a better way... I can't figure out the syntax to condense it all). But that doesn't help with the URL space issue that ProxyPass seems to help with.