I flew on a 777-200 ORD-HNL yesterday that offered only wireless entertainment on your own device and using your own headphones. The movies were free and the selection was quite good. The reception was excellent and there were only a few minor stutters throughout the two movies I watched. There were 3 technical staff members on board to help passengers, although the only complaint (mainly among elderly travelers) seemed to be that they didn't have the devices to stream the video. There were no video monitors, audio connections or audio entertainment, power ports or Internet connectivity. Safety demos were done live. When announcements were made the video paused and shrunk from full screen to a control panel image on my iPad. I received an email from United the night before the flight alerting me to the services offered and suggesting I bring a fully charged device with headphones: The "Learn more" link takes you to: https://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/inflight/entertainment/wireless-entertainment.aspx This primarily explains system requirements. The equipment used on this flight was a Version 6 777-200: https://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/inflight/aircraft/777/200/v6.aspx Note that Wi-Fi and power outlets are listed as "coming soon". Apparently there were enough unhappy passengers that United felt it necessary to send everyone "Customer Appreciation" vouchers for "problems with the entertainment system". Their email was waiting for me when I got off of the flight.