my HK 320 is just over a month old. before its arrival, the digital cable signal (Time Warner Cable - Scientific Atlanta box I believe) went from the box directly to the TV (Sony 42" rear projection) via RCA's. The DVD player used the TV's svideo in. Thanks to the receiver's component switching, I now have the digital cable going to the receiver via svideo (DVD as well) and the signal from the receiver to the TV via svideo. seems great. only over the last few weeks I've been noticing "ghosting." (I hope I have my terms correct -when there is a bright white background, darker images cast a "shadow" to their right onto the white background.) When I use just the TV's tuner (cable directly into the tv) I don't get the problem. I put in the Avia DVD to recalibrate and don't seem to be getting a problem with the DVD. (I also turned the brightness and sharpness pretty low, btw, and it didn't seem to fix the digital cable problem). I tried going the svideo from the cable box directly to the tv, but it's tricky to diagnose as you could wait forever for another white background to come up. I'm wondering if: 1) I should get a heavier duty svideo cable from the cable box to the receiver? can this problem be caused by thinner cables? 2) is the HK causing the ghosting? I'd really hope not, b/c the video switching was one of the reasons I went with it. But I did a search and saw someone say their HK 520 was causing ghosting. the problem has become surprisingly annoying. Watching Black Hawk Down on Saturday had ghosting galore against the bright dessert sky. thanks for any input.