Hi, So trying to keep up with everyone else I want to upgrade my video system as well. My theater has an SD camera, that feeds a TV in the Lobby, a mini TV stage right at the SM's panel, and three TV's in the dressingrooms. The system is all SD signal onto HD TV's. I want to upgrade to get an HD image in the lobby as well as add Two large HD TV's on the backside of the Proscenium wall, and possilbly a couple extra ports on the back wall to make it easy to feed another TV. (We get a lot of little kid shows and some schools like to have the kids all sit on stage behind the mid, so having a way to pull out a TV would be great). I don't really see a need to upgrade the video in the greenroom, it's not great but it's fine. IF we improve the camera, the image will be better even if I leave it an SD feed to this area. Below is a sketch. So here's what I'm wondering about. Wireless Video through the cinderblock wall into the lobby. Bad Idea or Terrible idea? It's the easiest solution, but I fear probably the worst idea. Thoughts on that? What is the best strategy for Daisy chaining the new backstage TV's video locations vs running separate cables? Any recommendations on a good video camera for the job. I'm sick of everything washing out or being too dark. I have a decent budget and want a good camera and I'm happy to pay a little extra if need. I kind of like the idea of having a PTZ remote controlled mount for the camera. I have a church rental every week and they would love being able to zoom in on the pastor. I also like the idea of being able to record on this upgrade. Thoughts on that? Any general advice would be appreciated.