Now OlyTeddy, why would I do that. You just helped fill in more info, which is how a think tank should work. Not one person is going to figure everything out, and if there is only one person that starts stating that their knowledge is far more superior than the roundtable discussion, or think tank as a whole, then you have a problem.
If you have noticed, one in particular that I have blocked, so I do not have to see their comments in threads, but due to the new format, I still have the ability now to see it if I wish, which I don't, it stops the mucking up the threads. In other words, it weeds out those that just want to bicker about nothing out of what you really want to see, when trying to follow a thread.
As for using WiFi to distribute HD, yes it can be done, and as you stated, right now the technology is there, but can only at most do 720p. I really do not see developers getting better than what it is now, until maybe five years from now, if that. As I have stated before, Moore's law states that every ten years technology changes, but now we are seeing five years, which means Moore's law is needing some major updating.
Even Moore stated that his rule was not written in stone, and is just a aspect of his thought in how anything can change by leaps and bounds in ten years time.
As for that other thread you pointed out, I do believe that everything got lost in translation, and when it did, we both lost the meaning of the original intent or thought, but both of us knew and meant well in our own thoughts what we were both thinking, outside of the box at that moment.