Update: I've found the answer that I was seeking. With the Yamaha HTR-5760, signals can only be "up-converted" to the S-Video level. Due to this limited feature on the HTR-5760, the OSD information will only be displayed while a compsite or S-Video connection is being used. It will not display OSD information if Component cables are being utilized. However, with the other Yamaha receivers that up-convert to the component video level (1400/2400/5790 & Z9) the OSD information should be displayed when using component cables. **** OK, I've combed through my manual a few times, but couldn't find the proper answer, so I'm calling on my fellow-HTF folks to get an answer. On the back of my Yammy HTR-5760, there are "monitor out" connectors for composite, S-Video and component cable connections. I currently am using component cables to connect my DVD player to the receiver for the purpose of video switching and then a set of component cables run between the receiver and the TV. The OSD (On Screen Display) only works when I run a video cable from the composite connector to the TV - the component connection does not pass the OSD data to the screen. I haven't tried S-Video yet, so I can't answer to that one. Now, I'm assuming that Yamaha does not provide a means for those who use component cables to utilize the OSD. I don't need the full access of the OSD while using the component cables, but some of the simple data (volume level, etc.) would be great if it were to appear for a few seconds.