Mobile all you can eat communications is my aim. So I have gone for an all in one Mobile/PDA/GPS http://www.htc.com/product/03-product_p3600.htm This with Tom Tom 6 and the voice of your choice gives a great easy to use GPS option. Add to it a Decent Music player http://www.pocketmind.com/pmfp.htm (Free version available) And a Bluetooth headset http://cardowireless.com/scala_rider_fm And it is a pretty good package. I still have a few improvements to make but you start to get the picture With a tank bag you can put this thing in front of you, take phone calls, listen to music get navigation instructions and when you come to a stop check out the weather (Or netrider) (3G is a wonderful thing) So the things that arenâ€™t the best. Well the Cardo Rider FM doesnâ€™t support the A2DP Bluetooth standard (Stereo headphones) but with a couple of Registry hacks on your phone you can get around this (Basically keep your normal headset channel open and pipe the music through it) [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\OEM\VoiceCommand] "LaunchApEnable"=dWord:0 "VoiceCmdDuration"=dWord:15180 The Audio quality isnâ€™t up to what you get from a wired headset, but it is still listenable. One of the other â€œfeaturesâ€ this headset has is that it modifies the volume to match the background noise which is great, but I feel it over does it a little so it is really quiet sitting at the lights but deafening when on the freeway (I have the play with some cotton wool over the receiver and see if that will normalize it a little) When running Bluetooth and music the battery life seems manageable, but when you get the GPS going as well you start to really kill the battery life (2 hours) So the next thing I am going to play with is setting up a 12V socket from my wiring loom and then get a car charger going for the PDA. After that I will look at a fully functioning voice command software and hopefully be able to get full control of the device while on the road. So far Phone 9/10 Headset 7/10 Solution 8/10 I think once I get the voice command stuff working Iâ€™ll call the phone 10/10 the headset is always going to be limited by the lack of A2DP support (At least for this model) and the sound quality is a bit ho hum.