While Pandora's web site will not work on the Model S browser due to the lack of Flash, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Pandora works very nicely via my iPhone and Bluetooth. Once a Bluetooth connection is established between the iPhone and the Model S, simply open the Pandora app on the iPhone and select your favorite station. On the touchscreen, touch Media > Browse > My Music and Devices > (your iPhone). On the Model S media player, the Pause/Play button and the Next button will work exactly as they do on the Pandora app, and the album cover art will display. (The Previous button is non-functional, as is always the case in Pandora.) The only limitation is that you can't vote on songs through the media player. You still have to do that on the iPhone. For those who prefer Pandora over Slacker, this is great news. Personally, I like Pandora because it pre-loads the next song while playing the current song and thereby eliminates the delay between songs. Also, if you have Pandora's premium service, Pandora One (~$35/yr) the audio quality seems better than Slacker, even through the Bluetooth connection. Warning: If you don't have an unlimited data plan on your iPhone, keep an eye on your data usage.