A few years back, I got a Cardo Scala Rider Bluetooth headset for my motorcycle helmet and love it. A couple of years ago, I switched from my LG freebie flip phone to a Palm Centro - loved the phone, but found out that unlike the LG, and unlike what the chap at the Verizon store told me, its bluetooth support was incomplete - no voice dial, so I had to pull over and get the phone out of my backpack to place a call while riding (incoming calls were fine). Last month, after being assured by another Verizon rep that bluetooth voice dial was supported on the Motorola Droid, I upgraded. I absolutely love the phone, and quickly learned the sales rep didn't know what he was talking about, but fortunately bluetooth voice dial was coming with Froyo. After anxiously waiting a month (not that long in the scope of things) I was very happy when Gizmodo.com pointed me to a thread here on how to download the Android 2.2 official update, to get the official Froyo release without rooting and ahead of the OTA update. I'm grateful to the author of that thread, the installation was quick and easy. I discovered I had to reboot my phone twice before it could pair properly with my helmet's headphone. Got through that hurdle, and found I can voice dial quite easily but..... I've only tried it a hand full of times so far, but in all but one of those attempts, I can voice dial, and as soon as the call connects the Droid switches to the connected call screen (hang up button, call duration, bluetooth on/off button, connected caller's contact name, etc.) it disconnects the bluetooth link (green bar in the button turns off, and the phone switches to its internal mic and speaker). I then have to press the bluetooth button in the lower left corner of that screen to turn it on. When I do, it clicks right back on, and I can talk just fine - however this totally negates the whole point of hands-free dialing if I have to get out my phone, take off a glove and tap the screen to be able to place a call. Anyone else experience this, and or know a way I can lock it so it will keep the bluetooth active instead of automatically switching to the phone's mic and speaker when the call connects?