Hi all. Just received (for Christmas) a Panasonic DMR-E50 DVD Player/Recorder (records both DVD-Rs and DVD Rams) and have acquired something akin to a headache while trying to hook it up. I have been trying to add it to my present system: 1)Toshiba 40H30 Widescreen Projection TV, 2)Kenwood KR-300HT DTS Prologic Receiver w/ 6 speakers, 3)Dish Network PVR508 Satellite Receiver and Video Recorder (has just "Output 1" and "Output 2" options..no "input"), 4)Toshiba SD-3750 DVD Player. I have been using the analog yellow/white/red cables rather than the S video....but if you guys believe S video is the way to go then feel free to include that in your comments. Anyway, I would like the system hooked up in a manner to provide the following benefits: 1)all sound to come through the Kenwoood Receiver (I have turned the TV speakers off) 2)Panasonic DVD Player/Recorder to be able to play DVDs and to record programs from the Dish Network receiver (both current programs as well as programs stored on the PVR) 3)Panasonic DVD Player/Rec to be able to record DVDs played from the Toshiba DVD Player Any advice would be much appreciated. I don't know a lot of home theater terminology, so please word your advice in laymen's terms when possible. Again, thank you!