I think you are going to have to find your own reviews of any equipment that interests you.
There are two main competing technologies: WHDI and WirelessHD. There is also Wireless Gigabit which doesn't seem to have gotten far yet. And there are a variety of proprietary technologies.
WHDI runs in the 5GHz unlicensed band. It is limited to 1.5 or 3.0 Gbps depending on channel width. HDMI at 1080p60 requires 4.46 Gbps. Even if you undo the 8 to 10 encoding of HDMI, WHDI does not seem to have the bandwith to transmit it uncompressed although AMIMON claims to do it. I think the difference is a matter of semantics. The process is lossless as far as the video and audio signals go. You may experience inteference from other devices, like WiFi, running in the same band, say from a neighbor.
WirelessHD runs in the 60GHz unlicensed band. Transmission can be uncompressed or compressed using H.264 compression. Current implementations seem to offer a bit better bandwidth than WHDI, 4 GBps, enough to run 1080p60 without loss, although the technology holds the promise for higher bandwidths. Because it operates at higher frequency, effective distance is more limited than WHDI. But you are less likely to have interference operating in the same band because of the limited effective distance.
Neither of these technologies currently support DeepColor at 1080p60, at least without compression.
The short of it is, if you are like most users and don't need anything more challenging than 1080p60 2D, or 1080p24 3D, at standard color, either technology has the potential to deliver the image you want. If you want DeepColor, you may be SOL, depending on resolution. If you want 1080p60 3D, forget it.
If you go for wireless, just remember that with any wireless technology you are likely to have occasional outages due to interference.