Sorry about that. I am in New York and I think the system is pre-wired, but no, I do not have any phone system in the car. I also just have the standard audio system, not COMMAND. Can the dealer install the phone system + v60 cradle?
It's easy enough to determine if you're prewired; most cars marketed in the U.S. were, until the 2006 model year. However, you can use the phone bulletin for your car at Phone Bulletins
to locate the connectors. If there are unused connectors as the bulletin describes, you are prewired. Because you apparently have the options list for you car, and it says pre-wired, the chances are excellent that it is.
A dealer should be able to order the parts and install them for you. If you are going to use a pure Bluetooth installation with the V60 puck, you will not need either the linear compensator or the antenna switch, so that is a savings. You will need the Autosense PSE, the V60s cradle, and the V60 puck. You will also need the installation version coded, so your fiber optics bus will recognize it. See http://www.benzworld.org/forums/audi...bluetooth.html
, especially posts 1,2, and 6.
For iPod - I do not know if your car has an aux audio input jack; if so, they're usually behind a plastic cover in the glove compartment if you have one. If not, you'll need a way to access the fiber optics bus, which the Gateway 500 does.
I have a Gateway 500 that I am very happy with for use with the iPod, but I have the MB MHI system, so I don't use the Gateway Bluetooth add-on.