All--Not trying to stifle the advancement of communications technology with my original post. I embrace the fact that Sena developed the methodology to practically use BT on the bike instead of a strangling mass of wire. My desire is simply to make upgrades affordable via some sort of trade-in program for customers who dropped a bunch of bucks in the first go-around. It just seems to me that Sena is making a bundle on planned electronic obsolescence and could do better by its customer base. Just my 2 cents.
~1971: '67 Sears 124 (Ducati, Bultaco, Puch??)
~1976: '73 Yamaha 350
~1980: '74 Honda 750 Four + (2) '79 Honda Hobbits (thankfully ended in divorce)
~1983: '80 GoldWing (Vetter fairing, soft bags, Corbin seat, trailer)
April, 2012 Red 2012 Level 4 (Yee Haw!)