Looked through the forum and FAQ (good info there BTW!) and didn't see this but it may be obvious to everyone but me. The issue is video switching throught the AV receiver. In my case its a Denon2802 but that may not matter. Based on the not-very-clear-to-me info in the manual, I think I've read that the unit can't switch between dissimilar inputs. That is, if the output line to the TV is from "S-Video Monitor" then any S-Video inputs can be selected and will be sent to the TV, but composite or component inputs won't. Basically the wording in the manual is that "...signals input to the units S-jacks are only output from the S-jack outputs." It kinda makes sense that the receiver doesn't do conversions but I'd been assuming I could do that switching without thinking about it. My current setup was simple enough that I now do video switching at the TV (audio at the receiver) but I'm changing things and I'll end up with more sources than inputs on the TV so it makes sense to route things to the receiver and use it for switching. The obvious thing to do is to try it but I lack needed cables and rewiring things is a literal pain in the back so I was diagramming everything out. So the bottom line is: do I understand the manual correctly? And is this the case with all AVR's? Thanks in advance!