Hey all, a question about interconnects have I. I have a Sony STR-DB930 Reciever as well as various Video sources (Sony C650D DVD Carousel, JVC SVHS VCR, Dreamcast, SuperNES, Cable Box). My question refers to Composite Video and S-Video switching from the DB930 to my Sony Televison. For a few years now (the time I've owned and loved the DB930) I've just used composite RCA cables (Left Audio/Right Audio/Video)to interconnect all of my units to and from the Reciever. The DB930 also has Svideo and Composite 'Monitor' outputs, which I connect to my Televison (of which I used Composite). Whew. Anyway, after moving to Manhattan recently and reinstalling my HT setup, I noticed some interference and general video degredation when watching some DVD's. I've read for the longest time that the gamut of Video Excellence from low to high goes Composite, S-Video, Component. I thought it might be a good time to upgrade to Svideo between all my components. Getting to my question (don't worry, soon enough).... I have SVideo interconnects for my DVD, VCR, Dreamcast, and SNES, so all is well there. My question is, on the db930 is the previously mentioned 'Monitor' ouput (to my TV) switched to only one of the outputs (svideo or composite), or could both be used together? Meaning, If I have Svideo and Composite outputs running to my TV's Composite and Svideo inputs, and Im running a few components on SVideo and a few on Composite, will everything coexist, or is it down to one or another? While most of my video sources are Svideo 'ready', If I was to hook up another video source thats composite only (maybe my computer, or another game system), i dont want to be SOL. [Yes, its possible that anotehr game system or computer could be svideo, but for the sake of argument, lets say they're not ] thanks much.