I thought I'd post the reference to this here as I've been looking for the answer for quite some time. I was looking for a way to send audio/video signals wirelessly from my PC to my home theater via a wireless network. Turns out that isn't possible today, unless you want to spend a lot of money and be severly restricted in what you can send. But, I did find something that DOES WORK. There are several products on the market that work over 2.4Ghz and transmit audio & video that do work. Here are the links to two of them: $79.99 First Alert 2.4GHz Wireless Video Sender http://www.bestbuy.com/Detail.asp?m...cat=&e=11205400 $69.99 DVD Anywhere by X10 http://www.x10.com/products/x10_vk53a.htm I just picked up the First Alert from Best Buy and it works great. I had some interference from my cordless phone at first, but I changes the video system to another channel and now it works perfectly. Now I can play my MP3s via my HT, but more importantly videos. While I own a lot of DVDs and love my digital cable. These products allow you to watch them on your HT rather than just your PC monitor, without having to deal with wires. I had posted the question in the HTPC area (http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...46#post1609328) but didn't find any answers. Just recently came back to the forums here, but found it somewhere else. Admin Note: References to download sites are not allowed and have been removed.