Well, I got greedy and just bought my self a PS2 and an Xbox within the last week, and I am planning on buying the Gamecube whenever the local store gets it in stock. But my problem is that I have too many component inputs for my TV, which only has one set. I am already using my component input on the TV for my dvd player, but I wish to use it with my game consoles as well. So here is my dilemma, what would you guys (gals) suggest that I do? 1) Use s-video for my consoles and route it through my receiver (Denon 2800) and keep component input of TV strictly for my DVD player. 2) Get a component switch box to handle all my consoles and dvd player. ( have no idea where to start looking for a decent component switch box) ( I wish to go this route) I am trying to get the best possible experience out of my gaming and movie experience as possible. If I use s-video routed through my receiver to the TV will there be a difference from it if I just go directly from my source to the TV? And also for gaming, will I see that much of an improvement from component and s-video? I only have a 27inch Panasonic superflat, no HD, but looking into it for the near future. I hope all this made sense. Any help on any of these questions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!