What a tease. All that hype about syncing this and syncing that. And as for bluetooth, well, that's what I'm here to tell you about...
It takes a stiff drink or two to get this Mac Evangelist to talk dirty about an Apple product, but iSync did the trick. Does it sync your numbers and info with your bluetooth phone? No, it does not. Well, it does, in a way. But not the way you would ever want:
number layout altered without permission; no way to stop what's in your phone from completely wiping and replacing what you've painstakingly entered into your Address Book database; no way to keep the phone>computer "pairing" you so painstakingly set up - you will have to redo it EVERY time you want to sync, or at least at random; if your contact in Address Book is listed as a company, when it goes across to your phone, its entered at the very end of the alphabetical list, with a non-numerical, non-alphabetical character in front of it. You have to enter that character in phone book search, then scroll through FROM THE BEGINNING to come to your desired contact. And that's not all, but yu get my drift. (Note to the good reviews below: that's great it works well for you, but are you trying to use it to its full, and promised/hyped, capacity?)
And then, sometimes, it just sits there "syncing" for hours, when it isn't really doing anything at all.
I'm not a novice Mac user, and as stated, I'm a Mac Evangelist. And this, Steve, is the sorriest piece of rubbish I've ever had from Apple. To think you went to all that trouble to strike a deal with Sony Ericsson so they'd be compatible with iSync? Why did you bother if you weren't going to do it properly? Shame on you=shame on us...
My computer: iMac G4 1.25
My phone: Sony Ericsson T68i