My experience with Blue&Me is extremely good. As many of you have pointed out, it is as simple as talking to the co-passenger. The best part is your hands are on the steering all times, so reacting to a situation has zero lag. I see a lot of 2 and 4 wheeler drivers answering and even calling with one hand while driving. B&M is some million times better than that. It is all about the thought process and prioritization. * There are times you unexpectedly need 100% attention for driving, that time, my concentration towards the call completely stops no matter how important the call is. I really stop talking and listening ubruptly. But that kind of situation arrives less than 1% of my driving time as I drive defencively. * There are times I avoid answering/making calls altogether proactively. * Rest of the time, it is breeze to talk and drive. Here are some situations where 100% concentration on driving is mandatory: 1. While trying to find a parking spot midst of heavy traffic (and competition) 2. Trying to navigate in an unknown area or finding an address 3. When you are driving very slow due to traffic(B2B) on an incline or decent 4. Reversing in a narrow space 5. Driving at really high speeds on our so called highways (any of the world's species can appear suddenly on any lane.. not to forget highway speedbreakers, broken-down trucks, dug-up roads, open manholes, wrongside traffic, ultra slow traffic on a fast lane etc) In all of the above situations, one needs to stop talking/listening (ubruptly, if needed). It is OK compared to the harm it may cause.