OK, I may be missing something obvious, so please help if you can Here's the situation. My folks recently moved into a smaller place and swapped TVs with me: my 27" Panny for their 12-yo 40" Pioneer projection w/ an S-Video jack (which my Panny didn't have). I was leafing through their old manual just for kicks and noticed that the connection instructions explicitly state that the composite cables must also be connected for the S-Video cable to be used. Hmmm. Now, since this TV was from 1990 or so, the S-vid connection was clearly meant for an LD player. I've never owned an LD player so for those of you that have: is this how "old-style" LD s-video connections were made? Am I out of luck on the s-vid front and have to remain with my current composite connections for this set? Thanks for any clarification!