Hello. I'm not sure this is the right place to post this, if a mod can think of a better place, go ahead and move it. Short story: I've lost a lot of interest in Home Theater and no longer consider it to be a major hobby for me. However, I do still want to be able to enjoy movies on a modest set-up with minimal cash outlay. As per my new philosophy, I'm selling off the separates and high end stuff (pre is gone, cables are gone, amp and CLD-99 still for sale in the Hardware section.). My current reciever (which sounds fantastic by the way) is an older unit that only contains composite switching. However, all my audio and video sources are S-Video. This causes a problem for me. I have been using a simple S-Video switch that I got from Parts Express (which I previously used elsewhere in the house). My problem is that I'm getting bad signal degradation on DVD S-Video, mostly occasional color loss. I believe it's probably caused by Macrovision. This did not happen when an Outlaw 950 was doing the switching. I am running a 50 foot run of S-Video cable, high quality stuff from Blue Jean Cable. On the component side of the switch all the cable is relatively high quality - Liberty, AR, Monster. I am thinking that I need a better powered S-Video switch like the Sima SVS 4D (I wouldn't buy from Crutchfield, that's just a handy link). Any other specific recommendations?