OK all you computer boffs I need some help. Clearly Wi-Fi is capable of streaming video. What I need to know are the limitations. For clarity I am referring to video accessed from DVD or TV in it's original state, i.e without any additional compression. Assume this will be sent to a large screen (read LCD or Plasma screen 37 inchs or bigger) so quality is of vital importance. Q1. What is the best video format that wi-fi can handle smoothly? 576i, 576p, 720p? ect... Q2. Is it possible to stream live video. For example if I connected a sky box to a wi-fi unit of some kind, could this be streamed to another in real time? i.e without the need for buffering. Q3. Assuming the above can be done. What hardware is required. Q4. Basically what quality of video can be sourced in one room and effectively streamed 'real time' to another room without any loss in quality? Thanks for any assistance in advance. Export.