Originally had my 42" TV hooked directly up to my DishNetwork 501PVR Receiver via S-video cable and PQ was great. Now I have the Dish Receiver S-Video hooked up to a Panasonic DVD Player/Recorder which then has an S-Video running out of it and into the TV (basically only difference from previous set-up is the DVD Recorder/Player in-between the TV and Receiver). PQ in this situation appears good except for certain instances....such as close-ups of flesh (such as a face) where the shades between various flesh-tones is distorted (looks more like rough computer game graphics rather than the smooth color transition found in film quality graphics). Is the fault with my new S-Video cable (perhaps not as high quality as the original S-Video cable)? Would I fair better by running the video through the Yellow component video cable rather than the S-Video? Or is this just something I have to live with by having the DVD recorder acting as the go-between from the receiver to the TV? Thanks for any advice you can offer.