Well, in the weeks (months?) I'll be waiting on my projector, I need to get ready for it... I would like to be able to watch standard cable on my projector (despite quality) as well as use older console games (NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Dreamcast)... while my computer wont be on HTPC duty (DTS discs wont play, stuttering, drop-outs and loads of other problems), I think I can use it for line doubling and scaling of material such as gaming and basic cable... I'm guessing using my VCR as a cable box and input hub for all the gaming systems would look pretty crumby (still interlaced)... So I did a little research and I'm thinking a TV tuner/input card that works with DScaler will be my best bet... but I can't seem to find any sort of good info on any of the models that the DScaler website lists as compatible with NTSC (don't need PAL). I don't need any advanced features (capture, HDTV, etc.) though it couldnt hurt. All I need is the tuner and inputs for composite and s-video... I was looking at various WinTV models-- particularly the relatively cheap ($50) WinTV-GO ... would this suit my needs? I couldnt tell from any of the pics if that had S-video or not... Any help would be much appriciated.