Just bought my first HDTV Home Theater System. My setup thus far: Hitachi 46" Widescreen HDTV Monitor with Built-in DVD Player Panasonic Progressive-Scan DVD Home Theater System Explorer® 8000HD Home Entertainment Server (HDTV Cable Box) (I tried to link info about the above for more help, but since I don't have 15 posts yet, it wouldn't accept urls.) The Hitachi displays very good HD signal. But it is lacking in the Analog/Digital cable signal. It has a few inputs of course and I was wanting to use s-video out from the HDTV Cable box just for that purpose (I think it displays the signal better). I'm just not sure how to go about doing this. Splitter of some sort? Is this even possible (2 different output options from 1 cable box)? Is there another way to get better analog/digital signal? My cable company is Cox Communications btw. Their signal is fine (it works fine on other TV's)...it's just this Hitachi HDTV, it displays very poor analog/digital cable feeds. Any help would be greatly appreciated (especially by the wifey who could care less about HiDef and movies, and would rather watch regular cable in the family room...apparently...her watching TV in the bedroom isn't a viable option). btw, I currently have the s-video out from the cable box to an s-video input on the TV. When I switch to that video source (Video 3), the screen is blank. Changing the channels via the cable box doesn nothing, also, the TV is on Channel 3. I thought I could just click back and forth from Video 1 (hdtv connect from cable box) and video 3 (s-video feed). Doesn't seem to be working.