I posted this in the DVD section also. But can you give me some suggestions when I set this up. Thanks for all your help. Well, Thanks for all the great posts. I called 8 different Fry’s stores and finally found a RP-82. An hour and a half away. The last one they had (I tried all the internet companies and they are all sold out). I had the chance to sample a few DVD’s using the Svideo connection. There is a dramatic difference in picture quality over my A120 Panny. I am using a Proxima projector. I had a couple questions that I hope you guys with experience can help me with. 1)on the DVD Audio. I turned off the sub out. Reason why is that I am running Def Tech speakers and I have then set as Large on my Outlaw. I am not using the Sub outputs. Instead I have the High/Mid range bi-wired and I am using the Left and Right mains with RCA to input into the def techs as full range input for the LFE. This is what Def Tech suggested to me. Does this make sense for when I go out and buy a few DVD-A this weekend? Or should I turn the Sub on and reconfigure the speakers???? 2)Component Cables. I will need at least 20 feet long cables. I just installed the projector. A professional installer suggested that instead of me spending a fortune on the professional cables, he gave me highly shielded coax cables. I think this is RG-5?? Sorry not an expert in this department. He suggested that I do three runs and convert them to RCA connection on each side. So one side would connect to the DVD player and one to the projector. I will leave the S-video connected for the Dish. I will be getting a HD receiver in the next 6 months. Does this make sense to anyone? I obviously want really great picture quality. I hooked up the Panny with an Optical that I was using before for the audio. I put the aspect ratio on 16:9 Progressive out: Enable Still Mode: Automatic Black Level: Lighter (Until I do the Component) Speakers: Multichannel Digital Audio Out: ON, Master Off Should I put Master ON??? I appreciate all help you can give me.