I have a Sony KP-7225 front projection TV that my father bought almost 20 years ago. It still works well...at least in a cave where there is no light (he he). My problem revolves around the inputs, er, input. It only has a "F" type connector input. No RCA and certainly no S-Video, etc. Well, I was trying to set-up a DVD for viewing on it (recently brought the TV upstairs for frequent veiwing). You can probably see where this is heading. Since there are NO DVD players that send a signal out on RF (incluing the DVD recorders and combo VCR/DVD units), I am basically screwed. If I try to send the RCA signal through a VCR, the $^&*$#@ copyright protection scheme goes into effect, essentially washing out the brightness (or lack thereof) out. I am planning to go all out a get a new system in a couple of years, and would like to squeeze the remaining life out of this TV. What can I do? It would be a crime to have a 72" TV and not be able to watch DVD movies!!!