FWIW, I have excellent success with a wireless HDMI setup. I bought mine from Costco. Made by IOGear. It has 2 HDMI inputs and a passthrough. And it supports 3D. I've transmitted up to 1080p/60 no problem. I use it to send my Dish DVR or Sony PS3 signal from where my TV is located, in my family room, to my projector, in my living room. I have a box that the wireless HDMI receiver output cable in the living room goes to first, that breaks out stereo audio (It will also break out multi-channel PCM audio -- I just have stereo); an HDMI cable then goes from that box to my projector. The transmission goes through 2 walls, maybe 30-35 ft, by line of sight. The only problem I have is that, not infrequently, when I fast forward or skip forward while watching a program from the Dish DVR, the HDMI link will lose sync and blank for about 5 seconds. I don't know why. But I do know that this problem is not unique to my IOGear wireless HDMI -- I had the same problem with a previous wireless HDMI link that I had (which I only got rid of because it only had one HDMI input, whereas the IOGear has 2; I gave the old one to my sister). Both use a wireless chipset made by Amimon, which invented the protocol now in wide use. Good luck.