Summary: This headset works wonderfully with my PS3, I can hear and be heard very clearly. My only complaint is that the earbud piece that goes in the ear is really hard, so it can be a bit uncomfortable, but that is a minor complaint.
Summary: The Jabra BT2010 headset is easy to use, and the sound is very, very clear. However, I have not been able to adjust the volume up or down while talking without accidentally disconnecting the call. I think they should be located away from the call start/end button.
Summary: More money doesn't always equal better quality. My Jabra was $30. Compared to my newer Bluetrek at $60, the Jabra stays in my ear better, has much clearer sound and does not get crackly or staticky when I'm 5-10 feet away - when I go into another room I do hear a little static.
Summary: I picked mine up from Staples for $9.95 on sale. Tried it then went back and bought another one. Loud, clear and light. Fifth star withheld for comfort but a friend of mine found a little gel from one of his old bluetooth headsets (we all have a few of those right?
Summary: I have only used for a couple of days. My application is with a Samsung A640 phone. In the car, I simply had to turn the volume up two steps to overcome the ambient noise. The audio quality seemed equivalent to my phone.