OK, here's the deal: When I ran the cables in the ceiling for my projector (Sanyo Z-2), I ran component, but didn't run S-video or composite. It comes time to hook up the laserdisc player (old Denon ebay special, don't know the model #), and it just has composite video. I've been making due by switching the green component cable from the green jack to the yellow video jack on the projector and in the back of the receiver (I'm doing video switching thru the receiver-- Pioneer VSX-812). This works, but is a bit of an inconvenience because I have to unplug stuff and realign the projector, etc. I watch LD maybe 5% of the time, so this is not a big dilemma. But, I'd like to find a more elegant solution that doesn't involve tearing the ceiling open and running new cables. An idea that I had was to attach a Y splitter to the receiver that would attach to the green component jack and the yellow composite (monitor out) jack and merge into the green component cable. At the projector, the green component cable would split and go to the green component jack and the yellow composite jack. The green component cable would get component signal only when the receiver was switched to HDTV or DVD, and composite signal only when the receiver was switched to LD. Does this sound like it would work? Does it sound safe? I don't want to fry anything on the projector. Do you think the signal would degrade? The quality of the laserdisc video is already pretty poor (and I'd love to find a way to improve it if anyone has any ideas). If you've gotten this far, thanks for reading.