1) I'm a total Newbie 2) thank you very much to the wise folks who volunteer their time to help us new folks 3) I've read the FAQ/Primer and either this answer isn't there or I'm too dense to find it. Suppose you have some video sources (like an Xbox) that can send the video signal over S-Video but not component. Suppose you have others that can send component (like a DVD player). Suppose the display device is of sufficient quality / resolution that it's worth sending it component video when possible. If I'm passing all video through the receiver for central switching, etc. am I understanding correctly that unless the receiver's documentation specifically indicates that it will "convert" from one input (S-Video) to the preferred output (component) then it will be nececssary to run cable for both S-Video and component to the display device and switch the display device to the proper input when switching source devices? In other words, I can't connect an S-Video source to the receiver and expect video data to come out of the receiver's component outputs unless it says it will "convert" - yes?