So, the wife and I are finially considering the purchase of a large flat-panel HDTV. We've been using our big ol' 36" JVC CRT television for about 9 years, and it's only recently that we began to feel we're missing out. That's because, for the most part, we don't watch television. Not American television, anyway. About 90% of the TV watched in our house is japanese TV, some of which is on DVD's sent by my father-in-law, but most of which is downloaded from the internet. Yeah, we're weird. (But japanese TV is better, trust me.) Anyway, over the last year or so, more and more of the japanese TV programs I'm downloading are 720p and even 1080p ... and wow! do they look great on the PC. But piped upstairs over regular AV cables to our old TV set, it's the same-old-same-old. So we need to upgrade. We're looking at a 55" 240hz Sony Bravia LED set, very nice. But here's my question ... what's the best way of piping the full quality of the japanese TV vids on my PC (formats include .mp4, .avi, .m2ts, .ts, .wmv, and etc.) to the new razzle-dazzle television?? I'd like to be able to do it wirelessly, since the PC is downstairs and the TV will be upstairs. But if hard-wired is definitely the way to go, I could see buying a basic pc for dedicated 'home theater' use upstairs. I just need some overview and insight on all this since I'm a complete noob and idiot on the subject. Thanks. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!