Am I nuts or what?!?! Here's my setup: I have a Dish Network 501 PVR satellite receiver,which is looped through my Sony VCR, the VCR is connected to my receiver,and the receiver's connected to my Sony Wega(27")TV using nothing but analog connections(analog audio & composit video). Also: I have the same satellite receiver connected directly to the TV via s-video cable--not looped through anything--just connected to the s-video input on the TV(I also have an optical connection to the receiver). This allows me to switch the video inputs on the TV back and forth between the composit connection & the s-video connection,and you know what--I SWEAR the composit looks better! Am I blind or what?? The composit connection adds a distinct shade of yellow to the picture but is sharper and more detailed, whereas the s-video connection definitely has better color balance(more natural skin tones),but is much softer and not as detailed. Is it a situation where a composit connection that utilizes the built-in comb filter of the TV yields a better picture then an s-video connection that bypasses the filter(which they all do as I understand it)?? What do you guys think?