Hi all, We have an older projector (7+ years old) that came with the house we live in when we bought it. The bulb has just burned out for the second time, and, instead of doling out $100 - $130 for a replacement, I'm deciding to look at upgrading our projector to a device that supports HD (ours only has component inputs, so even though it offers 1080p it's not going over HDMI and the quality is fairly poor). The projector is mounted to the ceiling. I'm also planning on buying a PS4 and using that as our blueray player, Netflix, HBOGo, etc. We have some older PS games, so I'm debating picking up a PS3 as well to go alongside it. We have a nice subwoofer and speaker system, but our receiver does not handle HDMI. Thus, I was planning on running HDMI from the PS3/4 directly to the projector - or, more ideally, find an inexpensive option for a decent receiver that can handle a few HDMI inputs to a single output device (the projector). Lastly, on top of all of this, I'm curious if the wireless HDMI is any good. I can run a cable through the ceiling where the existing component cables run through to the projector, but I'm interested to know if wireless HDMI is an option. My budget for all this is not huge, but I have some credit card points to redeem as well as some old gift cards. All in all, I probably have about $1000 to spend on a projector and would like to get as inexpensive but decent receiver as I can. It doesn't have to have a bunch of bells and whistles, but I want it to respond well to input from the remote, be easy to use, and, on top of everything, sound good. So, to summarize: 1. Looking for a good HD projector under $1K (if there is such an animal) that can be ceiling mounted 2. Looking for an inexpensive option for a receiver that handles multiple HDMI inputs 3. Is wireless HDMI any good (comparable to wired) or does it not perform very well? Thanks for the help!!