My current receiver is a Pioneer VSX-D508. I just got HD signal through my cable provider and realize that I will have to upgrade my receiver. Let me explain a little... The new cable box (SA 3100HD) outputs via component cable / s-video for video and digital coax / composites for the audio. So if I'm watching a show in HD, I have to set my TV (Toshiba 57H81) to the right video input (my receiver doesn't do any video switching) and then also set the receiver to the digital audio input. But not all channels have digital audio, so when the channel carries only analog audio, I have to change the receiver to a different input, because I can't set the receiver's TV setting to accept digital and analog. Once I program the receiver's TV setting to digital, the analog inputs don't work. I can sit and change all the settings when I switch to watch HDTV, but this is too much to ask my wife to learn. So I need to get a new receiver. Here are my wants : - HD-level component switching - some sort of automatic input selection. In other words, if I have digital coax and composite cables plugged into the same inputs, I want the receiver to automatically use the analog signal, if no digital signal is present. And if there is a digital signal present to automatically use that signal. I have a VCR, PS2, CD, Tape, DVD, and Cable box that will all be connected to the receiver. My budget is in the $400 - $500 range, but I think I can get what I want for close to $400. I have a short list of receivers, including the Pioneer VSX-D811S, Yamaha HTR-5560, and Onkyo TX-SR600. But I would like some more input. I have read alot of previous threads and I think the Pioneer might be out, because it doesn't do HD-level component switching (can anyone verify this??). I really want the only connection going into my TV to be a set of component cables leading out from my receiver. This receiver's primary use is for movies / HDTV. I rarely listen to music. Thank you for your help.