Ok so here is what I would like to do. I work for a public access station and outside of the highschool and middle school and a few other town buildings we are unable to go live from where we want. I would like to go live from the baseball/football and various outher fields around town. Currently we use a vbrick system that takes our signal and encodes to mpeg2, and then sends it to our media server at our head end threw the towns network. With 3g speeds what they are, we never thought of streaming the video wirelessly, but with 4g I'm starting to look into it. I was told from a few people that there is a teathering app pdanet?, that would work. I know they unlimated data is unlimted as long as I launch it threw an app which I plan to do. My question is, how can I get the signal to the phone? I'm guessing usb is the best way to go? I only need about 1.5mbs cause I am going to be uploading mp4 at 720/480i. I know the speeds of 4g claim to be 2/5mbs upload so I think i'll be ok. Ah well what I would like now know is, A....if this is possible in Q1 2011, and what phone would work best for what I would like to do. The TRUE DUAL video output of the new dual cores terminator, or the LG could be an option. I know I can use a 4g usb moble hotspot but they are capped....so that isn't an option right now. Lots of words I know but any help would be amazing, and really help out the people of the town so they can see their kids play live on TV.