I just got an Onkyo HT-RC180 receiver. You can buy a wireless adapter to get it on the Internet. I did this and it downloaded and updated my firmware in record time. The problem I have had is that when I hook this unit up through HDMI (using my $150 Monster HDMI cables), the video starts to degrade very quickly. It begins by seeing white specs on the display, then grows to white vertical specked lines, then white, red and blue vertical lines until the picture is almost unviewable. I have checked the cables out and the HDMI IN connections to the TV and Onkyo unit (trying the multiple IN's on the back of the unit to see if they all exhibit this issue), nothing works. I have a PS3 and a DirecTV HD DVR hooked up through the multiple IN connections and this "specked issue" occurs with both devices, with the ONE Out connector going to a Sony 46" XBR2 Bravia TV. But it still degrades over time. The funny thing is that when I power the Onkyo off, then turn it back on, the picture is perfect again until it stays on for about 15 minutes and begins to degrade again with whites specs, then white vertical line specks, then white, blue and red vertical lines. If I leave it on for about an hour, you can't even view the video any more, it has been hidden by the video noise of the white, blue, red specked vertical lines. When connecting from the PS3 or DirecTV HD box directly to the TV using the same cables, no problem, the picture and sound turn back to perfection, but when going through this receiver - white, red & blue vertical lines. I can only think of two things that can be wrong; 1.) My XBR2 HDMI connections are only 1.1 compliant (I think) so perhaps the Onkyo is looking for the 1.3a compliant connection (not likely the problem, just a guess) or 2.) The unit is simply a bad egg and I need to return?