Hello all, This is my first posting here, so please bear with me if my questions are to basic I currently have the following setup: - Projector: InFocus X10 DLP - AV receiver: Pioneer VSX84TXSI - Blu-ray player: Samsung BD-P1600 - Cable/Internet provider: comcast Xfinity Internet (with "Blast") and Xfinity TV basic service. I currently use this setup exclusively to watch movies via Blu-ray and stream netflix, but I would like to be able to occasionally watch TV, especially now that the Olympics are around the corner (apparently will be available on NBC). I currently connect the Blu-ray player via LAN to the cable router, this inputs in the AV receiver, and everything is output to the projector via HDMI. My (surely rather silly) question is; what is the easiest way to watch cable TV using this setup. Do I need to call Comcast and pay for a set-top cable box (e.g. http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/cable-tv/cable-box-user-manuals/), or are there better third party option such as the Logitech Revue. I would like to have DVR capability, but its not totally necessary. All I currently have is a digital adapter box that Comcast gave me, but that's still in the bag it came with as I wasn't interested in watching TV. Thanks in advance, and apologies again if this is a silly question!