I've only got one 1080i input on my Mits and if I'm going to get more than 480p out of my HTPC, I'll have to share the 1080i input with my HD-Cable (TimeWarner) signal. I'd rather not have more connections in-line between the sources and my TV's inputs, but it looks like the only way to have two sources of 1080i. Currently, my TWCable HD box outputs YPrPb component signal, which I connect to the 1080i component input. My HTPC has a VGA output and I haven't yet bought a cable with VGA->RGBHV connections because I want to do this right. If I buy the VGA->RGBHV cable, I'll have to manually switch my 1080i inputs. So I'd like to buy some sort of switch, to which I'd connect both the cable and HTPC and then output to my TV's 1080i component input. This is where I need advice. What would you recommend? Is there such a switch that takes a both a VGA and YPrPb signal as input and then switches between those to output a YPrPb or RGBHV signal for my TV's 1080i input? I'm pretty sure I'd need it to be an exclusive "or" because I have to specify whether that 1080i signal is YPrPb or RGBHV.