I was bored so i installed a A2DP driver for my Windows 7 64-bit box. (more specifically the Widcomm Bluetooth stack BTW 22.214.171.12400 for Windows Vista download here http://www.parrot.com/documents/en/support/btw126.96.36.19900.zip) Everything works flawlessly (with an odd side effects that when i turn on caps lock now it tells me in the bottom right of the screen but i don't really care), it installs in a second, and reboots. When it stats back up, i pair my iPhone 3GS with my computer, connects immediately with no issues, and when i open iPod where the volume usually is it now says my computers name, and when i press play it comes out of my computers system, with incredible quality and very little skips. Now this is all wonderful, but a little pointless seeing that all my music on my iPhone is on my iTunes and can just play it there. But i had a thought. i often plug my computer into my TV to watch movies, and sometimes play games on the big screen, and every single time i do everyone in the house yells at me to turn down the volume, but then i cant here what the tv is saying. and not to mention my sound card is **** and had a lot of feedback from the processor. what would be incredible, is if i can reverse the roles of the computer and phone, and use the computer as the a2dp transmitter, and my iPhone as a a2dp receiver, so i can use its headphone jack and basically create wireless headphones through it. this would be extremely convenient in many many situations, and i've searched high and low for any solutions and cant even find a mention on the wide internet. does anyone know how to do this? that would be greatly appreciated!