Crazy idea for the OPA860

Ok, so this morning I read my email and I see one from TI touting this "new" opamp/buffer the OPA860.

Ok, it does not look at all like it was designed for audio, but it has some intersting features which made me wonder...

Could this thing be used for a headphone amp?

1) Excellent slew rate.
2) Awesome power bandwidth.
4) Very low output impedance.
5) Built in buffer with 65ma output.

Some downsides as well.

1) Small form factor (SO-8). Not a huge deal.
2) Small working voltage (max 6.5V). Not a big deal for headphones.
3) Bi-polar... And I am not sure how to design the circuit/feedback loop for this chip.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Russ