Hi guys, I am currently an iPhone 3Gs user on AT&T, but I am thinking about switching to the Droid Bionic. I would sure love to be back on Verizon's network and the Droid Bionic sounds like an awesome phone. Two things have stopped me from making the switch: 1) The headphone whine. This thread is not about that. 2) I didn't realize until recently that there doesn't appear to be any wired headphones that work on the Bionic (or other Android devices) that have the same level of media controls as on the iPhone. Specifically: There's a mic There's volume control There's a pause button that also doubles as skip a song or go to previous song. This stuff is important to me. I don't want to be fiddling around on my phone to change the volume and pause songs. Is there a solution out there besides bluetooth? Or is bluetooth a better option than I am giving it credit for? I feel like I would need to leave bluetooth turned off in order to preserve the battery power. Today, when I get a phone call, I quickly grab my earbuds, plug them into my iPhone and my ears, and then answer the phone. I feel like I will not be able to conduct that transaction if Bluetooth is not already on. Maybe I'm missing something?