Got 2 of my 3 today.
Echo what Kutsunom says, here's my rambling review.
It's not going to blow you away, of course there is minimal separation, but it seems like a solid unit.
Compared it to my Supertooth Disco and Creative D80. The Disco was an unfair choice and the SoundBrick couldn't keep up, but it faired well against the D80.
Much better high end and the lows were better represented.
I even gave the D80 a break by running it direct and the SoundBrick via Bluetooth. I switched between them with the source switcher on the iphone to A/B them.
Had them both against the back of the kitchen counter to give the bass some help and listened from about 12 feet, iPhone EQ off. Even over Bluetooth the SoundBrick was lively and clear while the D80 sounded like a plastic, inexpensive boombox; no lows and no highs. It's great for podcasts though!
I don't have a Jawbone Jambox, heard a little from one at the store over the holidays and it sounded pretty good. I doubt this would do great in a side-by-side, but at $30 I am so glad I went ahead and bought 3,(one for me, 1 for each of the kids). Should've bought extras!
Amazing value for the price, solid construction, and I've heard much worse Bluetooth receivers.
Cannot comment on battery life or speakerphone function as I haven't had it long enough to find out.
Also got one of the keyboards. A total apple bluetooth keyboard knockoff, fine by me, just wanted something for my daughter and son to learn typing with. Just turned it on and pressed the "connect" button on the back, iPad saw it right away, had to type in the password, and it works like magic!
All of the F keys perform as their icons indicate they should, which is really cool. Probably a few more tricks I need to discover. As with the Soundbrick, money well spent. Not aluminum like the Apple keyboard, but a great kid's keyboard or something to throw in your bag to use with your tablet.
I've had some Woot duds over the years, but these Urge Soundbricks and keyboards are not.