As my car doesn't support A2DP I've been looking for a solution to stream music to my car's speakers unfettered by cables. My search led me to the Kensington LiquidAux car kit. It's a surprisingly small adapter that plugs into your cigarette lighter for power as well as the stereo's aux in jack. It just came in yesterday and I'm pretty impressed. It was exceedingly simple to set up and worked like a champ right out of the box. The audio quality isn't quite as good as a cabled connection but it's not bad either. Certainly listenable. So to anyone that's looking for a car audio solution (not many built-in bluetooth modules from the manufacturer support the audio streaming standard) this is a good place to look. It even has a USB port to charge the phone should you need to. All in all very satisfied.