So I am making my own "bluetooth hands-fee unit" for my Commander. I was able to splice a 1/8 jack to the speaker of the bluetooth and plugged it in to the aux jack on the front of my stock radio. I can hear the caller through my speakers, but now my problem is that "the unit" is too far from my mouth for the mic to pick up my voice adequately. I cant amplify the mic too much or I'll get feedback .... and I'll need to "hardwire" the unit into the Commanders electrical ... prob to the "hot" from one of the cigarette lighters. I know that I will probably need a resistor to bring the power down so I don't fry the bluetooth unit. The goal of this project is to put the unit behind the dash and splice into the speaker wires and then use a couple of buttons modded nicely to the dash to control the on/off and to flip from the radio to the bluetooth unit. Does anyone have any thoughts on this or ideas on how to get better reception from the mic? And for those who are going to ask "why" .... because I can.