Getting ready to order some cables from BlueJeans. Want to know how many sets to order. Ergo this thread. My next receiver will the the Denon 3803, which does video-upconversion as well as component switching. I plan on having the following video sources all connected to the receiver, and a single set of component outs to the TV. The receiver will be doing all the switching so I can just leave the TV set on "Input 1" or whatever instead of having to switch inputs when I switch sources. 1. Progressive Scan DVD - via component cables 2. VCR used as tuner - via RCA composite video 3. Other VCR...for playback/recording via composite video 4. HTPC - via S-Video and optical digital for audio I'm thinking that the picture will be marginally better for the non-component inputs if I let the receiver do it's upconversion thing. There's an HDTV tuner down the road...way down the road, so component switching isn't an issue right now...but I'll throw that into the mix as well. What's your opinion on this dilemma, please?