I have a new receiver (Onkyo TX-SR600) and am getting a new HDTV with 2 sets of component video inputs (as well as DVI, for what it's worth). The set-top box will be a Scientific Box (3100HD) through Time Warner. When I'm watching TV, I'd like to have the option of bringing the sound through the receiver and my big speakers, but I'd also like to have the option of leaving the receiver off and bringing the video from the STB straight to the TV and bringing the sound just through the TV's speakers (when I'm just watching the news, for example). The question, though, is this: how can I give myself this option while still bringing the video to the TV through component cables? In other words, I want to have the option of getting audio through the receiver or of leaving the receiver off and getting the sound just through the TV's speakers. How, if at all, can I do this, while maintaining the highest possible video quality? If I run RF from the STB to the TV, then obviously I can get audio through TV without going through the receiver, but that will mean that the video is coming through the RF too, and I don't want that. The STB has an optical out, and that will go to the receiver obviously. But there's also obviously lots of non-digital audio. The STB will only have one analog audio out (L/R) and I can send that to either the receiver or the TV, but not both. If it's send to the receiver, I'll always have to have the receiver on to hear the TV... and if it's not sent to the receiver, then how will I be able to get the sound through the receiver when I want to (for a movie on TBS, for example). Help, please!