With your demands for inputs it is called a separates system.
Wireless speakers still need a reciever at the rear, mains socket, power leads and cables to the rear speakers so not very wireless and in most cases are also poor.
As for loud, then go spearates. An avarage separates system outputting 5x100watts is far louder than ANY 1000 watts or other stupid watts statement that is attached to all-in-ones.
All-in-ones have a power consumption of around 90 to 150 watts, separates roll-in at around 250w to massive power consumption.
The laws of physics state that you can not get more out than you put in.
A 1000watt all-in-one will go on to say something like 5x150watts + something for the sub, what it does not say is that only one channel out of the 6 at any one time can do this, but the total number adds upto a 1000.
Example of a spearates amp is, Cambridge Audio 540R = 5x100watts with 850watts power consumption and an low level out put to feed a sub with its own power supply, average sub = 100 - 150watts out with a 150watts to 200watt power supply.
Now the maths work and the laws of physics are not broken.
I was not aiming at a low end product,
As my 1st post states, top notch, loud system...there are just so many options and I am to lazy to check everything, so why not come here and ask for some pro advice?
I was hoping there would be a package with the specs i needed,
Money is not a concern, the sound quality and bad arse looks are tho.
As another member posted, sometimes wireless is not the best route to go if your looking for quality. I've recommended this in a number of threads tonight LX01BD Pioneer Home Cinema System - Audio - Video if your looking for bad ass looks with bad ass sound then look no further.
If you cant run a 5.1 system then you can also use it as a 2.1 system.