Here's my dilemma: I just got a Denon 3802 and I need help in hooking up the VCR so I can record from my satellite. Though I hardly use my VCR any more, I still record things here and there from time to time. Right now, I've got my satellite's S-video output running into my 3802. I've also got my VCR hooked into the 3802 via a composite cable with an S-video adapter. (I also have a DVD player hooked into the 3802 via S-video as well). Finally, my 3802's S-video monitor out is running into my TV. I can watch VHS by selecting the VCR function on my receiver, but since the VCR isn't hooked into the satellite receiver I can't record, and I'm not sure how to hook up the VCR so i can record from satellite. Do I need to ditch the VCR's hookup to the receiver and run the composite cable into the video IN on the satellite receiver? Also, what to do about the audio hookups? If I need to hook up the VCR through the satellite receiver, I'm assuming that I'll need to run the audio L/R cables into the audio IN on the satellite receiver as well. Obviously, I'm a little confused here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.