For long drives (and when I just REALLY need to finish a story), I play audiobooks in my car. I use the Audible app, and play via Bluetooth from an iPhone as usual. What I've noticed is that for some audiobooks, the Model S randomly pauses/plays the audiobook (or drops the stream). The result is that you end up with odd gaps in the narration that can be jarring. What's worse is that is often happens when there's a natural lull or pause in narration, so you don't know if you missed something or if there was just a sudden shift in the scene. I confirmed it's not the book by first deleting and re-downloading it, and playing the parts of the book that exhibit this behavior (it repeats in the SAME spots!) via the iPhone direct, and no issue. Put in headphones, no issue. I even used Airplay in my home, and no issue, but the Model S seems to have some sort of issue keeping the stream going. I've wondered if this was an issue with the bluetooth antenna in the S, as I can SOMETIMES get that specific part not to skip if I disconnect (route audio through the phone) and reconnect, and hold the phone almost directly in front of the screen. Even then, it's a crapshoot as to whether or not it works. Is there something with the S where it can't sustain whatever bitrate spoken word is being delivered? Is the software doing something with the volume? I'm stumped. FTR, this seems to happen every 5 books or so. The current one is "The Secret Place" by Tana French. Anyone else experience similar?