Streaming: WiFi or wired??


Looking to get a new streamer for a system based on Kii Three. WiFi signal is good but I’m also told that wired is always better. Specific streamer advice also welcomed; (no need to rip CD's). Thx in advance for any/all advice!
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Go wires so you can put risers under there too. 

Wireless only for me. Works great.
I've ran my old Squeezebox Touches both wired and wirelessly, and have done the same with my current Raspberry Pi players.

As others have said, as long as the wireless signal strength is good, I find no difference is audio quality nor the responsiveness of the player in starting and controlling music. Wired is a little easier to set up if you are close to the router or switch and can connect with an easily concealed cable, but I have no problem switching to wireless if that means I don't have to run a cable between rooms or leave wiring exposed. Point is, don't waste time worrying about it for audio.
I expected more votes for wired. To you wireless proponents, consider this:

I too didn't hear a difference between wifi and Ethernet until I connected low noise power supplies to the modem and router. It's possible the WiFi card in your streamer is about as electrically noisy as the power bricks for your modem and router. You won't know for certain until you try. 
@erik_squires if you'd like to go wired, try running mesh router system. And throw a low noise power supply on the satelite router you connect to your stereo. It's worth a shot, and cheaper than a lot of other audiophile purchases. Worse case scenario, you end up upgrading your home network.
"it makes no sense to run ethernet cable in your home that is rated higher than the cable used for your incoming service."

Wish I'd thought of this obvious fact before buying a fancy ethernet cable. Oh, well. Surely it's doing no harm (?)