From Engadget talking about the battle for wireless solutions to stream HD within a household (basically replacements for HDMI cables).
While WHDI does not compress the bits in the video, it does not treat them all equally. The technology looks for what are the least significant bits, say, in a dark gray pixel next to a darker gray pixel in the background of a scene, and assigns them a lower priority than, say, a bright yellow pixel next to a black pixel in a race car moving across the screen.
Who says a gray pixel next to a dark gray pixel in the background of a movie is less important? What do you have against gray pixels? This looks to me like color bias and prejudice. Shouldn’t the Network be neutral, shouldn’t all bits be treated equally? I mean the Network is like a series of tubes with a bunch of garbage trucks driving in it: it wouldn’t be fair for them to pick up your garbage but not someone else’s.
Anyway, my point – the Network should not be neutral. The Network should be smart and opinionated, but it’s opinion should be based on the true qualities of the bits to be transferred, not on superficial things like what company generated them.