So, I have been attempting to do something a bit complicated. I use StreamToMe and AirVideo to watch video on my iPhone, being played from my computer at home. With Airplay, you can send that video out to an Airplay compatible device. With Airframe, my iPad can be turned into a Airplay compatible device (which works when I am at home on my Wifi network, I can play video from the iPod or Youtube app to the iPad from the iPhone). But the trick is, I would like to be able to watch movies from StreamToMe or AirVideo while on the road to my iPad, since I have the Wifi version. So I jailbroke my iPad to use PDANet and MyWi to create a Wifi hotspot from the iPad, with the iPhone connecting to that hotspot. PDANet did not work at all, where I could not see the Airplay devices at all on the sources button of my iPhone Apps. MyWi worked only with the iPod iPhone app, because it is locally stored content. Youtube did not work because my iPhone is attempting to connect to the internet through the Wifi hotspot, which doesn't have data, is essentially a local network for my own purposes. So, does anyone know of a way around this, to create a wifi hotspot on the iPad where the iPhone can connect to it but still use the 3G as its' internet connection and Airplay video to the iPad? By doing this essentially gives me the ability to access video content on the net without having to pay for a separate data connection if I had the 3G iPad. I take the train a lot, so this would be awesome. I haven't been able to find much on this subject, since it is pretty in depth. Any suggestions are totally appreciated!