I have a USA Spec iPod adapter that I installed in my Honda Accord about 2 years ago that allows me to connect any iPod with a dock connector and change the tracks using my steering wheel controls. It's great, except for two things. First, it pops up that "This accessory is not compatible with the iPhone" message every time I plug my iPhone in, and asks me to activate airplane mode. That's not too annoying, because if I ignore it it will just go away -- but related to that, I suspect, is the iPhone will randomly make the "unplugged, plugged in" noises while it's sitting there already plugged in. I paid $150 for this adapter and spent an hour ripping apart the interior of my car to install it...is there any solution other than replacing it? The iPhone seems to work fine...the sound comes over the stereo, it charges the iPhone, it works fine except for that noise. Second...I have a spare iPhone dock, and I'd like to mount it to my center console so when I get in the car I can just drop the iPhone in the dock rather than fumbling for a cable and then balancing the iPhone in a cupholder. But when I connect the dock to the USA Spec adapter and then plug the iPhone into the dock, I get no sound. Why is that, and does anyone have any ideas? I thought the dock just translated the signals straight from the phone to the cable...if it works OK when the cable is plugged in directly, why not with the dock? Thanks!