Composite, S-video, component, DVI. Hmmm. How will I get this all working with my receiver? I'm trying to figure out the wiring before I get my HDTV, which I'm thinking will be a Sony 60" GWIII LCD. Up until now I've just had an older TV that only accepted composite video inputs. Now, I'm just trying to figure out what of my different components will use component cable, DVI cable, S-Video, or what. Here's a pic of my receiver. Here's how I have it set up right now, with my regular TV only having a composite input: ---------------- Xbox Audio --> Optical Cable --> Optical Input 2 Video --> composite video (Y)--> Video Input 3 DVD (same, since I'm using the Xbox right now) PS2 Audio --> composite audio (R & W)--> Video Input 2 Video --> composite video (Y)--> Video Input 2 Digital Cable Coaxial Cable --> [VCR] Antenna Input --> VCR Audio --> composite audio (R & W)--> Video Input 1 Video --> composite video (Y)--> Video Input 1 ---------------- Is switching over to component video (possibly DVI) going to be a difficult process? It looks like I only have two Component inputs on my receiver, for starters. So, I'm confused what I'm going to do here to get everything working. First of all, if I want component video going out to my new HDTV, then plainly, are some parts not going to work? What new cables or upgraded equipment am I going to need for all of this? There's also going to be Xbox 2's and PS3's coming out soon to add (or replace) parts to this whole mess. I'm kind of swimming in this new world of higher video right now and trying to get down to actually what I will be needing to do to set this all up. Any help here is greatly appreciated.