I think this post belongs here, though I did debate putting it in the TV section. Anyway, I bought a 36" Sony Wega HS510 this week. As it is an HD ready TV, I would like to hook up an HD signal to it at some point in the near future. Here is my problem. My surround sound system is a Kenwood HTB-503. I've been pretty happy with it so far, and have fallen in love with the s-video switching feature. It's just so nice to be able to turn one dial and go from my TV signal to DVD to PS2 to Gamecube, and just have everything "work". I am often annoyed when I'm at a friend's house, and people have trouble getting the audio and video signals to match up, due to the confusion of having 4 or 5 remotes laying around. My receiver doesn't offer component video switching, so I was thinking of buying a new one that does, so that I can use progressive scan on my Toshiba DVD player (forget the model number right now) and hook up an HD cable box through my receiver. Here's the tricky part. I'd really like to keep everything on a single video input on the TV like I do now, so that I can just forget about that remote, and use the receiver to switch all of the audio and video. But, if I have the receiver hooked to the TV via component cables, will I then need component cables for every piece of equipment that I own? I have Monster s-video for my PS2 and Gamecube, which is good enough I think. So, do I look for a receiver with more than 2 component ins (tough to find, apparently), or will some receivers convert any s-video signals to component (even if the quality stays at s-video's level)? I hope that's not too confusing. I would appreciate any advice anyone can give me. Thanks.