OOPs. Title should say "component video"... That "read this first thread" is great! But there's one question I still have for which I can't find an answer. I've bought a new Sony KF42WE610 and Denon DVD1600 - both to be delivered next week. I understand that my current Denon 2500 A/V receiver is hopelessly outdated with only Dolby Pro-logic. So, I'm going to replace it. I love that receiver from an audio standpoint (I have it driving Kef Q70s for music) and it has served me well for the basic HT I have now. (Kef center speaker and Polk Audio surrounds with a Velodyne sub. It also has served me as a video switch, which is important since my kid's grandparents need to be able to simply change from TV to VCR to DVD - pushing one button has been ideal. Initially, I'm looking at two Denon recievers to replace, the 2803 and 1804. Biggest question is this. The 1804 says is has 2 component inputs with assignable bandwidth of 27 (perhaps 30. Depends on the version of literature I'm reading). The 2803 has 2 component inputs with assignable bandwidth of 100. How will that impact me? Are either of those adequate to use as a video switch with both DVD and HDTV signals? What does assignable bandwidth really mean in this case? Thanks!