So I may have just found my first real deal breaker. Other issues that looked like they might be deal breakers have had work arounds. So I'm listening to music for the first time with my new S3 using my Sony BT-50 A2DP stereo headphones. On my DX, the sound quality is fantastic. Truly CD quality with all of my 320 kbs rips of cds. I don't like compression so I've always ripped my CDs at lossless even though they take more space. So now I'm listening to my S3 with the same headphones and hear the distinct worble compression artififacts on the upper end that you typically get if you're listening to a low bitrate mp3. After doing some reading, it appears the S3 may have set the bitrate low on A2DP which I didn't even know was possible. Someone please help. I have to figure this out or the phones will have to go back. I listen to music through these headphones 5 to 6 hours a day...mostly classical and the SQ is killing me.