Hi all I have a question regarding the Colorstream vs DTV inputs on an oldler Toshiba RPTV TW65H80 (it preceded the TW65x81). The TV has 2 component (Y/Pb/Pr) inputs labelled as "ColorStream" and "DTV Terminal". a) The ColorStream jacks according to Toshiba are "available for both Progressive (31.5Khz) and Interlace (15.75Khz) scan systems". b) The DTV Terminal jacks according to Toshiba are available for "the color difference signals 1080i, 480p and 480i" The Toshiba manual also shows the DVD connected to ColorStream and the STB connected to DTV TERMINAL/ In the past, I had all my 480i signals converted to 480p (iScan Pro) and fed to the "ColorStream" input. This included TV/DVD/VHS etc. The 1080i output however I was feeding to the "DTV Terminal". The reason for this was that I got my 1080i receiver only after I had calibrated the grayscale, geometry, color etc on the ColorStream input using the Avia DVD. The above required me to set convergence, etc on both inputs as part of my "tweaking and fooling around while looking serious" escapades (whose frequency was inversely correlated with what else I had to do in life was doing. ) I have moved and the TV needs recalibration (I messed up the grayscale and the unit was shipped from CA to NY in a big truck so focus may also be off). I am now wondering if could could just use the DTV Terminal for all my needs using an external video switcher (or the one built into Outlaw 950) to switch between multiple component inputs. I suppose that any HDTV signal is OK ... question is whether I can feed the Y/Pb/Pr output from my iScan Pro also to the same input (not at the same time obviously ). Everything that I can think of says, "yes, you can" ... but I do not have the level of understanding of many here and would love to get some yays or Nays!!