Hi, My DIY credentials are a VERY basic smattering of electronics + I've put together a few kits (graphic equalizer,surround sound etc)& speakers over the years by carefully following the instructions, but not fully understanding the "workings". Having read recently where the inexpensive Bravo DVD player can give a subtly better pic than a mega-price Denon by use of the Bravo's DVI output, I am now wondering how hard it is to retrofit DVI's to my gear i.e. STB, DVD, Sony 10HT projector. I am pretty happy with this gear and not keen to quit it all for new if I can avoid it. (I also feel DVI could have been there in the first place; after all plenty of CD players have had the audio equivalent co-ax +/or optical outputs for many years). Is it too much to expect that it is pretty much a case of locating the D to A section of a video source and tapping in a DVI connector just before the DA converter and similarly tapping into the projector just by-passing the AD converter. Does the Sony 10HT have a connector point already there but unused?