Does anyone know of a way to use an 802.11 network (preferably 802.11g) to transmit audio and video to my home theater? I’m not interested in transmitting anything back to the computer, so this could be a dumb connection. There are several devices coming to market (Philips, Sony and a few others) that will add another component to your home theater that will allow data transfer both directions. However, these devices are either wired connections or 802.11b. The problem with 802.11a and 802.11b is that these just don’t have enough bandwidth to handle video very well. These devices also send the files to the HT component and the component does the decoding of the file, so you are limited to certain codecs and file formats. I know this can be done by putting a computer behind your system and transmitting wirelessly to it and then connecting it (via a wired connection) to the HT. This is often loud though, and many of us (myself included) simply don’t have room for this. Any thoughts on how to do this?