Alright, finally I have a new dvd player with componant output capability to go with my year old 27" Sony VVEGA which also allows for this and i'm going to finally go for this connection. For this past year i've been using the S-video input on the VVEGA with remarkable satisfaction, but those damn componant terminals back their were always on my mind! Sure, i've read all the debates, how "you'll notice little or no differance between s-video and componant on a small screen bla bla bla..." So I am familliar with the debate. But I want the truth, i've been staring at s-video for a whole year, and I figured if their is even the slightest differance, especially to an anal retentive calibration critic like myself, i'll see it right off the bat after making the upgrade. So what can I expect? If their are subtle changes, what are they? I've heard and read that componant video will greatly improve chroma accuracy, but again, this was in referrance to larger displays. How will it effect an 'AVIA' and service mode calibrated 27" VVEGA? Thanks.