I've used this bluetooth headset for about a month now and so far I can't say that I've got anything negative to say about it. This headset is everything I've been looking for in a hands-free device. At a little bit over an inch long, it's light as heck. If you put it in your pocket, be sure to remember it so you don't end up crushing it by mistake. There had been a few times where I would almost go to bed with it inside my pocket. The headset comes with a thin earloop that hooks over your ear. I find that while it's something that may break easily (as I've read others claim it did), so far as I'm a bit more careful with it, it hasn't broke yet. Also, the design of it is nice, as it fits over my tiny ears (even when I'm wearing glasses) and holds on firmly. Some things that I really enjoy about this headset is the on/off switch-- it is amazing. Now I don't even have to worry about it potentially draining when unconnected from the phone. With the switch, the battery usage can last a while. So far I've had it charged and been using it on and off for about three days and it hasn't died yet. I also like that it has a little light indicator, when it's blue it means that it's active/connected, and when you turn it off, it would blink blue and then red. It will also show you that it needs to be charged when it blinks amber, and then red. Connection-wise, it was quite simple, it didn't even need the 0000 passcode that's ubiquitious with phone pairings. It paired without a hassle with my HTC TP2. The sound quality is great. People can hear me clearly, and I can hear them loud and clear. As I've said since I had this for a month, it may be premature to give it five stars, however at this current moment it has done nothing but amaze me.