You're still not getting my point.
Originally Posted by Syndil
So far, the Pre3 is the only device we see with this new 6 MHz subsystem. Why would Palm go the inductive system route, when they can use A2DP and maintain compatibility? This would render the dock to be compatible with the Pre3 only. I know my Veer definitely doesn't have this. That's what I meant by "inventing a new system". Pre, Pixi, Veer, all have A2DP already, so why create this "new system" so it only works with the Pre3?
As for the user experience, this is no different than Touch-to-Share. You dock the first time to initiate and pair, and subsequently initiate the connection only. This mirrors the Touch-to-Share with the TouchPad.
And your final point about the headset, Headset and A2DP are actually different profiles, and webOS can definitely distinguish the two. If the dock is A2DP only, then it would play music only and everything else goes back to the phone or headset. Alternatively, the device can be selected during the call, as with the current system.