Hello all, first post but I have visited this site regularly both before and after getting my recent car. This site actually helped me in making my decision of what to go for and what extras I should/shouldnt have, I eventually went for the 2.0TDI S Line (170) in Ice Silver with the 20 spoke rims along with various other extras to suit my needs. From taking delivery at the beginning of Feb I have been more than impressed and have had no problems or issues with the one exception, although the problem is not actually the fault of the car itself. I had a car kit installed through my company and I was given the option to have the sound come through the BOSE speaker system or have a speaker fitted in the passenger foot well, a no brainer really and went for the first option. Everything was fine and worked as it should with the exception of a whistling sound which seams to come from the front speaker when I accelerate. Turn the stereo off completely and there is no interferance which indicated to me that it was likely the car kit at fault and I got Audi to check this, which they did and as thought confirmed the problem was in relation to the kit installed. If the sound is up loud you can't hear it but with the volume low to medium the noise is there and very irritating. I have had the Phone engineers back out twice and also had something else fitted at the back of the stereo but there is no difference. They are now telling me that there is nothing they can do about this with the current set up and the only option is to fit the speaker in the passenger foot well, something which I don't really want to do for a number of reasons. I think they are just fobbing me off and I can't really believe that this could not be rectified. Has anybody else had this same problem with a phone kit retro-fitted with BOSE and if so how was it sorted out? And also I'm sure there are many of you with a car kit fitted with BOSE with no problems but just wanted confirmation of this before I go back and kick off with them. All comments/advice Welcome, thanks in advance.