Cool installation how too, which is the most important part of happy farkling. We did Autocom's in the early days when bike to bike was a problem, which was subsequently fixed, but that put me in search of other alternatives. We have done everything but the Baehr, as much as I throw away $$ on bikes, I haven't been able to justify that one yet.
Personally, I've been using a Stracom for almost four years and helped buddies with others. Spacewife and I talk bike to bike at 80 plus next to semi's and I answer phone in third gear wound out at 80+ with no problems. Also wired up one special system with a PTT voice recorder that did 20K miles in good and bad weather and in the dirt up to Inuvik for a friend with no failures.
IMHO, they are all pretty good now (except for some of the offbeat few). When I help folks out, it's generally a problem with the way the mic and speakers are installed in the helmet, a power/ground loop problem with alternator noise entering into the equation from somewhere like an iPod or Sat radio with a cheapo DC converter or VOX BS with things not adjusted right.
I'm holding out now for a REAL implementation of a stereo bluetooth system. I know that both Starcom and Autocom are slugging it out in the UK to come out with something cool. Chatterbox tried to roll something out and retracted it (never had much luck with their stuff), but I'm hungry for a new challenge and waiting eagerly for the next big round of product releases. Bluetooth to the helmet, with integration to a cell phone and any other bluetooth device is going to be the next neat thing worth paying for.
2007 K1200GT the road beast
2009 F800GS - My little adventure bike.
2007 F800ST - Her's, but I can ride it.