Hi everyone, this is my first post. I use component video monster cables with my PS2 so I am forced to use its digital optical output if I want to hear sound. Currently, I have it hooked up to the digital optical input of my computer soundcard (Terratec EWX 24/96) which means that to play a game and hear what's going on, I have to turn on my computer as well. I want to get a receiver so I don't have to turn on my computer everytime I want to play a game. I'm looking at strictly an entry-level receiver, so according to Bob McElfresh's receiver comparison post, either the Kenwood VR-6050 or JVC RX-6020VBK. Now the tricky part. I have no speakers, only my headphone system. Part of my system is a headphone amplifier that only supports RCA inputs. This means that when I connect the amplifier to one of the recievers RCA outputs, the receiver must be able to route the sound from the digital optical input to one of the RCA outputs. Will either of the receivers mentioned above be able to route the sound from a Toslink input to an RCA output? I hope you're not all confused. Thanks.