Hi, I'm currently doing research to hopefully upgrade my CRT TV to an LCD within a few months. In doing so, I came across a potential problem. Presently, I do not use my old receiver as the "hub" of my system. I have an S-Video switcher, and route video/audio signals first to my TV. Then the "audio out" of the TV (RCA) goes into my receiver. I prefer this setup as it lets me use only the TV's speakers for casual viewing from the DVD recorders -- I only turn on the receiver when watching DVDs (and turn down the TV speakers). I've noticed that LCD TV's seem to have only a digital audio out. My receiver is old, and doesn't have a digital audio in. Are there any LCDs which have the old l/r audio RCA cable outs? Or some kind of adapter which would take the digital toslink(?) signal and feed it to the RCA audio input? I'm not an audiophile and don't need the optimum sound -- I can't even really turn up the sound as I'm in an apartment complex. Kind of wanted to see if I could manage a similar setup to what I have now without totally rewiring everything or incorporating a new receiver. Thank you for any suggestions!