Here is my set-up: 1 Xbox on a Sony 57" XBR2 RPHDTV (about 1.5 years old)connected through a router to another Xbox on a Sony 32" Wega non-HD CRT (about 4 years old. The Xbox on the 57" is connected through Microsoft's component cable set-up and the Xbox on the 32" is connected through MS S-video set-up. We play 4-6 player LAN games of Halo using both TV's, and for some reason the RPTV has noticably slower and less precise response to controller inputs. Everyone who plays on it has noticed it, and while it is still very playable, it's bad enough that whoever plays on the 32" Wega has a distinct advantage. I've tried playing on different zoom settings, different settings of the de-interlacer, etc. and it happens regarless of how many people are on each box. Is this normal for HD or RPTV's? Is it because of the component cables by any chance? I want to fix this problem somehow before Halo 2 comes out. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. Thanks! PS. This is my first post, but I'm building a house with full Niles/NHT distributed audio and soon will have a full HT in the basement, so I'm sure I'll be around here quite a bit.