Before yesterday, this is how listening to Pandora in my car was working. I enable bluetooth and turn on Pandora. I put my phone on the charger in my car while the music plays over the phone's speaker. I turn on my car and the stereo turns on. After a few seconds the Stereo syncs up with the phone automaticaly and the music transitions flawlessly over to my car speakers. Without fail, every single time, this is how it worked. If I turned off my car, it would pause pandora. I turn my car back on and hit play and it switches right back to the stereo. Here's how it's worked since I switched to Froyo: Turn on bluetooth and pandora, music is playing fine without issues, turn on car and music switches over to car speakers. The music suddenly begins to stutter constantly as if it's having bandwidth issues. I turned off my stereo to let the music switch back to the phone, thinking maybe it was my data connection, but the music went back to playing flawlessly over the phone's speaker. I turn back on my stereo, audio switches to the car's speakers and starts stuttering and skipping again. After reading this thread I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the actual A2DP connection, but here's the weird part; If I skip ahead a track in pandora after the Bluetooth connection is established, then the stutter goes away completely. So this issue only appears to happen when the Bluetooth connection establishes while Pandora is playing. If anyone has any solutions for this, it would be greatly appreciated.