If you're familiar with my travels, trials, and tribulations, you'll remember my dissatisfaction with my service provider who was agonizingly slow to adopt Bluetooth into its handsets.
I finally got my hands on one (the Motorola E815). The primary reason for this need was to connect to a hands-free car kit. I've been using a wired hands-free device for some time, but never really liked it. Now that I'm Bluetooth-enabled, I can take advantage of Parrot's Easydrive kit.
The Easydrive has two main componentsa speaker that plugs into the cigarette lighter and a microphone that sticks to the dashboard. When I get into the car, the system beeps to let me know that it has recognized my phone and is connected. When a call comes in, I hit a button on the mike part and the call is connected.
When I want to make an out-going call, I take advantage of the system's voice-recognition feature, and simply tell the system who to call.
I'd say this is the next-best thing to having an integrated system (one that's factory-installed). For more information, contact Parrot at www.parrot.biz.