In many ways HandsFree is the perfect companion for my iPhone, but I have to agree with the complaints about connectivity. Once an initial pairing has been set up, every time I come into my office with my iPhone in my pocket, HandsFree should sniff out its presence within Bluetooth range and establish a connection. What happens in practice is very often quite different. Either a.) I have to do a lot of manual massaging to reestablish a connection or b.) I forget to do this and no connection gets established. Sometimes after a connection has been established it mysteriously fails. In every other way, HandsFree is bette and less annoying than its most obvious competitor, FaceTime, But these connectivity problems prevent it from being the rock-solid friend and helper it should be. I. m. h. o. TunaBelley needs to hire a software engineer with a deeper understanding of Bluetooth who can fix this dratted problem once and for all. That would have the effect of turning a rather erratic novelty gadget into a valuable tool that would be embraced by the entire Mac community. There is a lot about FaceTime I don't like, it seems like the telephony element was added to a program basically designed to do something very different as a kind of last-moment afterthought. But it does have the crucial advantage of being rock-solid reliable. That's probably because Apple has engineers with a far better understanding of wireless connectivity than the comparatively amateurish ones at Tuna Belly. Hiring the right guy might do wonders to turn this problem around.