I have an ancient CRT TV, and I've been playing it cagey with the HDTV offerings. My LW and I dropped into CC the other day and like many other were blown away by the Sony 2nd gen WEGA RP LCDs. WE WANT ONE. So I started doing research, like reading the manual. Amidst the forest of connectors on the back of this unit, I noticed that something is missing. There is no Video Out. In fact, they brag on the DVI connector that "prevents piracy". What gives? (Analog) Video Out has been around forever. And as for preventing piracy, so long as I use some source that is switched by the pre/pro, I can get a digital or analog video signal to record. (Can you spell that instrument of crime, "TIVO"?) How common is this lack of a Video Out among HD sets nowadays, and what are the corresponding issues with HD receivers, which I haven't researched yet?