Wired headset (2.5mm) use possible on Q9h? Hi all. Although this is my first post, I have come to realize through frequent visits to this site, that this place is home to a vast amount of knowledge that just isn't available anywhere else. And for that I am very grateful. To jump right in to the dilemma that I'm having, would someone be able to please enlighten me as to whether it is possible to, through a series of adapters, use a 2.5mm wired headset with the Q9h? Whether the health concerns are real, only perceived, or even imagined, I'd prefer to get my head as far away from the RF source as possible and thus avoid BT headsets altogether. Using the microUSB to 3.5mm adapter that AT&T provided with my Q, is it a simple matter of finding a 3.5 to 2.5mm adapter, however ungainly it proves, to link in a daisy chain to complete the connection to the headset, or is this not even possible. Calls to Motorola for help have been met with confusion and ultimately a circular carousel trip through a myriad of departments as one tech after another hands me off to the next, resulting in a loss of sanity on my part. Searching on Amazon reveals that there are supposedly two ring and three ring adapters, with three-ring apparently necessary for the mic capability of the headset. While, a search through this site, finally yielded one post that seemed to suggest that voice feedback through the microUSB to 3.5 mm adapter was not even possible, regardless of what other adapter you may have connected to complete the loop. While I realize the easiest route would be to pick up an OEM microUSB headset, I'd prefer to have a quality solution that both I and the person on the other end would appreciate (a small-sized boom, and noise reduction wouldn't hurt either). Thanks as always for the knowledge and sorry for the long post!