Hopefully this is in the correct forum, and someone will be able to answer. Here's the deal. Ive always used a Motorola over the ear blue tooth device on all my phones. I hate holding the phone to my ear while driving, not only is it dangerous, but its just a general pain in the a$$. So i now have the droid. purchased one of the latest/greatest motorola blue tooth over the ear devices and paired it with my Droid. Now, here's the dilemma: All my other phones, you could just touch the ear piece, and you would hear: SAY A COMMAND, at which point, you simply said "CALL insert contact here. Of course, most of the time the phone would simply say back the name you just did, and you would say YES, and it would dial the contact. The Droid doesnt do that, at least not for me. Im able to click the voice dial icon, and say the contact name, but its not using the blue tooth device to hear me, its using the phone itself, and of course, if its mounted to my car mount which is stuck to the windshield, half the time it doesnt hear me correctly. Am i missing something, or is this just the nature of the Droid and it doesnt "talk/listen" thru the blue tooth device the way normal phones do? Once its dialed the contact number, then yea, it comes thru my earpiece, but its aggravating as hell to not be able to issue the command via the earpiece.