The DMX-WL1, DMX-DVD and DMX-SW1 link modules from Sony hook up to their BRAVIA TVs to provide wireless streaming of HD video from anywhere up to 65 feet away. The DMX-WL1 is a two-piece system that has five HD sources (four HDMI and one component) that's $800 in October. The DMX-DVD is an upscaling 1080p DVD player for $200, and the DMX-SW1 adds four additional HDMI inputs for $150, both of which are available now. These "follow" the BRAVIA Internet Video Link Module which latches onto compatible BRAVIA TVs, which costs $300. [Sony Style]
Call me when I can make 1080p sources be wireless. Reliably. From more than 5 feet away. And not be overly compressed so as to notice that the source I'm watching is being wirelessly transmitted. As opposed to wired. Because I'm very picky. And love sentence fragments. Evidently.