I have a Toshiba 51HX83 CRT RP with a DVI input. I am thinking of purchasing a DVD played with a DVI output. Since the TV is a CRT set, is there really any advantage in using the DVI connections? I realize that this bypasses the D/A converter of the DVD player, but doesn't a CRT set convert digital signals back to analogue anyway? If I were to keep the component video or s-video connections as it is currently set up, the DVD player converts the digital to analogue signal. By using a DVI cable, would I not just be keeping the signal in the digital domain longer until it reaches the tv's D/A converter? To make a long question short, do CRT based HDTV's have D/A converters?