The cordless intercom system is not a bad idea, but there are only a couple ways to do it, and do it right. Bluetooth makes sense since it is a universally available technology for everything from phone calls to printing to industrial control, but what it lacks is a base frequency spectrum that is more immune to interference. Even the best BT devices I've had have occasional dropouts of a half second or so, etc.
We don't have to give up sound quality, but manufacturers of BT devices got started with telephone headsets, and have never really gotten the idea that other uses of BT require more amplifier power and high quality sound. The A2DP stereo profile in BT can do very high quality sound, but the batteries are so small, you can only drive super low power speakers.
WHen I started working on our BT products, one of which is a wire-replacement kit for Wings and Ventures, etc., we just spec'd out bigger batteries, and have continued to use the same speakers we've been using for 10 years with the Wing, and so far, it's been proven to be a solid performer. Downright surprising, actually.
So there's hope, Honda rumors are that the 2011 Wing has Bluetooth for a phone, but Im' not sure you'll be able to answer unless the speedo things you're sitting still...we'll have to see!
What I'd like to see on the new bikes, are audio things like FADER, BALANCE, microphone PTT for intercom, a MONO button so our one-eared friends can hear both channels in the good ear, and of course, a bluetooth hub of some sort to bring in more audio devices. Right now, folks like me and others have to fill in the blanks, and we'd much rather be focusing on our core products than fixing things Honda left out
And one final thing: advanced voice processing to get the wind noise out of our conversations. Even our prototype BT headsets can do that, so it's not beyond Honda to build it into the bikes.