Took me a while to adapt a car Nokia charger to a 12V AC-DC unit to charge the poor thing, but it charged overnight and I got it working this morning.
Got it to sync with my macbook pro:
1) Ran the bluetooth setup assistant
2) added it as "Any Device"
3) Passkey was 0000. The normal.
4) Then I configured it's serial ports, with "RS-232" as the Protocol and "SPP-GPS" (the only choice) as the Service.
Ran Kismac. It recognized it immediately and showed pretty graphs of what satelites the GPS unit had found.
Then I downloaded, compiled, and installed GPSd. And grabbed Google Earth and gps2geX (a gps to google earth tool). Started up GPSd: sudo /usr/local/sbin/gpsd -b -n -N -D 1 /dev/tty.NokiaLD-1W-SPP-GPS-1
and started gps2geX. Opened Google Earth and hit the "open in google earth" button in gps2geX and saw my location. Yay!
Only problem: I don't really have a use for this, unless I go wardriving or geocache hunting... :\