Reason I ask is because I throw a lot of loft parties, and being able to place my speakers where I want to is a big plus for me (and I'm sure many others), without having crazy partiers trip over speaker wires or have to duct tape my floor. Wired is fine for static setups like dedicated home theaters or houses, but I like having placement flexibility and not have to worry or be locked to one set of arrangements. It's more important for the rears and surround speakers to be wireless, for sure, but I'm sure you'd make a killing selling a 7.1 Wisa setup.
I also see that Wisa would let users add new codec support like Dolby Atmos to our home theaters via just a codec download to your HTPC, which then does all the audio decoding and the Wisa transmitter handles the transport. I'd rather put more money into my speakers than receivers with endless upgrades, which would become obsolete or at least be less expensive (no amp section, woot!)
I generally want my video feed to be separate from my audio feed, after too much angst and frustration trying to get 3D to my projector and having to bypass my receiver (hdmi 1.3), I've decided I don't want that to happen again with 4K HDMI 2 which still doesn't support more than 60hz at 4k. Wisa gives me all the future-proofing and codec flexiblity I could possibly want from my HTPC directly, with no extra processing lag, or having to connect analog outs from my sound card directly into a power amp (which I've done, but it's risky because PC cases suck for analog audio outs I think, and there are static pops that can damage an amp when you turn it on).
Thanks for answering! I look forward to any news you might have.
An idea for Scott, why not send Mark the contact info of the Wisa president and hook it up! I remember the other interviews here on AVS about Wisa and getting some prototypes up and running would be very exciting for 2014!