Received notification in the mail a couple days ago that VWGoA has agreed to a settlement in a lawsuit where it was alleged that VW misrepresented the capabilities of the Bluetooth system that came with 2010 Sportwagens (SE and TDI) as well as other 2010 Jetta and Golf models. Basically if you paid to upgrade to a 9W3 or 9W7 because you were unhappy with the 9W2, you qualify for reimbursement of all part, labor and shipping costs associated with the upgrade. If you still have the original 9W2 system in your car, and you agree with the statement "Prior to the purchase or lease of the vehicle described in this Claim Form, I saw Volkswagen advertising and/or product literature regarding the Bluetooth Hands-Free Calling system with voice control and that feature was one of the reasons for my purchase or lease of the vehicle," VW will pay to have a dealership install a "Bluetooth Upgrade Kit" into your car. No mention as to whether this upgrade kit is a 9W3, 9W7, or something else altogether.
You can read up on all the details and print out relevant claim forms here: https://christensensettlement.com/