AFTER ONE DAY of using the €66 wireless SCART transmission system (at left) that I got at Back to the Future in Dublin, I'm happy to report that it's working through walls and through floors.The salesman in the shop told me that he had sold 10 of the little numbers before I bought mine and no one had returned with a complaint. It's early days in my use of the wireless VID-TANS150KN system but I've discovered the 2.4 GHz signal does detect some FM interference from an item in my home (probably my wifi router). The small 7.5V power blocks that run the transmitter (on my DVD player) and the receiver (on my TV) get warm to the touch, suggesting a need to put them into separate switchable mains sockets. The owner's manual says the wireless SCART adapter can wok up to 80m in open areas and 30m through walls and ceilings. I'm going to try to power a TV set sitting on the third floor from a my Nokia E90 outside in my car. At the moment, I haven't used the unit's IR remote control feature, nor have I used the transmitter on my 5-in-1 SCART set-up. My first impression is that the wireless transmission system is the easiest thing I've ever used to fill my 32" television screen with information. Its ease of use makes me more likely to buy into Digital Living Network Alliance items, such as the SonyEricsson Walkman W995 mobile phone. We're already addicted to Bluetooth connectivity with the A2DP profile (streaming music over the air through the house) and that phone is DLNA-certified Wi-Fi (b & g) chip on-board. This means I will have at least two ways of connecting the W995 to my television for music. I'm now keen to see if I can line-out its video playback across my newly-christened wireless SCART network.