My native XGA projector works best when being fed an XGA (1024x768 - progressive) signal from a PC. I want to have my Set Top Box (YCbCr - interlaced component) output connected to the PC (XGA - progressive) input of my projector. I am wondering what is the best method to convert a component input (interlaced) to XGA (1024x768 - progressive) output. I understand that there are different ways of doing this, line doubling, de-interlacing or transcoding. What is the best method and how much would a simple converter cost? All I need is a small box (low cost?) that inputs the 3 x RCA (component - PAL) input, does the clever conversion, and outputs the XGA signal (via a VGA connector). Is there such a device? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!