noob question - what hardware to use

i am making a 3 wheel holonomic Bluetooth controlled robot, like the one in this video:

I am new to robotics and circuitry, and I am unsure what hardware I should use.

I know I will need 3 motor controllers that can control speed, and a Bluetooth chip for wireless control.
What I hope to do is have a controller side program on my laptop which will send speed and direction data to each of the 3 motors based on user input.
As a beginner to soldering/circuitry I would like to have little or no soldering, and minimal simple connections and assembly.
Programming should not be a problem, as I have experience writing code and the code on the Arduino will not be very complicated.

the closest thing to a useful tutorial was here:

Edit:
this is the motor I have
http://www.ebay.com/itm/6V-DC-200RPM-High-Torque-Electric-Gear-Box-Motor-/260775014752?pt=AU_B_I_Electrical_Test_Equipment&hash=item3cb766f160#ht_4038wt_907

but that has just 2 motors, and the code would have to be changed to allow better control of the speed of each motor.

help is appreciated XD

I know I will need 3 motor controllers that can control speed

Probably not. You'll need two that can control two motors each, more likely.

and a Bluetooth chip for wireless control.

Don't want much range, huh?

and the code would have to be changed to allow better control of the speed of each motor.

Shouldn't be a problem. After all,

Programming should not be a problem, as I have experience writing code and the code on the Arduino will not be very complicated.

I researched some and found this: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardBluetooth which has a range of 100 meters which will be plenty

PaulS:

and the code would have to be changed to allow better control of the speed of each motor.

Shouldn't be a problem. After all,

Programming should not be a problem, as I have experience writing code and the code on the Arduino will not be very complicated.

correct, not a problem.

for a motor controller I found this: http://www.adafruit.com/products/81 Im not sure if I want to build it myself, and an alternative motor driver or pre built one would be better. Can you give me an example/link of a simple 2 motor driver i could use?

618smartguy: for a motor controller I found this: http://www.adafruit.com/products/81 Im not sure if I want to build it myself, and an alternative motor driver or pre built one would be better. Can you give me an example/link of a simple 2 motor driver i could use?

http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9896