The point is that your options are to get a C31 Genie Mini Client and our C31 Wall Mount Adapter, or get a TV with RVU built in (here's a list.) With the C31 client you can mount it to the wall or right to the back of the TV and never see the box. You can even control it in RF mode if you want with an RC65RX remote.
However, even with an RVU TV, we have to give you the honest scoop: There is no such thing as a wireless TV. You still need to plug it into the wall and there needs to be some sort of cable running to it, either a coaxial cable for a Genie Client or an ethernet cable for an RVU TV. You can't use Wi-Fi, it doesn't work well at all.
Unfortunately the wires don't go away. You just have fewer of them. Sure, it's great to get it down to one power cable and one signal cable (and maybe an HDMI cable and second power cable for the C31.) It's great to be able to hide all that stuff behind the TV and fish a few wires through the walls.
It's like those AT&T commercials for their wireless receiver... they have a box that is truly wireless for receiving but you still have to plug it into the wall and you still have to connect it to the TV. So, it's not really wireless either.
We've been asked before if DIRECTV will have a wireless receiver and all we can say is, "we don't know." Nothing like that has been shown or discussed yet.