Per my previous thread deciding between DSS and Time Warner Digital Cable, I've decided to "try" the Time Warner Digital Cable. I'm currently paying $41.89/mo. for a basic and "standard" cable package. This equates to approx. 40 channels. I haven't ever counted but I've always been pleased with this set-up. I got literature in the mail from Time Warner this past Saturday regarding new channels and pricing. Oddly enough, I can get my foot in the door with "digital" programming for just $45.78/mo. out the door. This includes all taxes and equipment. I also get quite a few more channels as well as the ability to get request Movies on Demand and Live Pay per view events. Here's my question (whew!) The install tech. is coming by tomorrow morning. I hate those "we'll be there anytime between 9 a.m. and 12 noon" appointments they always seem to make! GRR! But alas, that is case. Anyway, I did verify with a rep. this morning that their "box" does allow for S-Video hook -up. I'd kind of like a heads up, so to speak of what I can expect before this guy starts messing around with my own equipment. I currently own a Sony KV-36FV15, JVC S-VHS VCR, and Denon AVR-95 receiver. I have an s-video cable going from my TV to the monitor out of my receiver. I have audio cables going from my TV to the TV audio inputs of my receiver (this allows me to have the sound from cable TV programming coming out through my speakers). The coaxial cable from the wall goes into my VCR and then obviously, out to my TV. This may sound like a stupid question, but I'm baffled. I've never had a cable box before. Where in the hell am I supposed to put this thing? Everything thing has to be S-Video or nothing can be S-Video. So... how do I "piggyback" this extra piece of equipment into my set-up? Help...? Damn, I just thought about the fact that they're probably not gonna front the S-Video cable. Scott.