Hi people, I hope you can help me out with some advise. This is the deal. I'm planning on buying a Pioneer 50" Plasma (PDP-506XDE). However I'm having some concerns about my current sets. I have a Bose Acoustimass system which is about 6 years old now...I used to connect it to some Technics Receiver that didn't support DTS, so after a few years I put them both in storage along with a Pioneer A350. My current DVD player isn't so bad, but it's a DVD player and receiver in one...A Pioneer DCS313 system. So when buying my plasma (probably next month) I will end up with some DVD players that don't have HDMI, progressive scan, etc. My future plan is also to buy a PS3 as soon as it's being released, so that's a factor too. So, what's the best thing for me to do ? - Just connect the Pioneer DVD using Component Input to the Plasma TV and keep things like they are. (How bad will it look ?) - Buy a very simple DVDplayer with HDMI and Progressive Scan and for the audio I connect it all to my Pioneer DCS313 Receiver until the PS3 comgins a long ? (will probably work, but its kinda weird to use a DVD/Receiver Combo only as a receiver, but if that will work...I won't complain) - Buy a AV/Receiver AND a DVDplayer with HDMI and progressive scan ? (I really hope I won't need to do that, for expense-sake). And if that needs to be done, grab the old 5.1 bose set and connect it to the AV/Receiver or use the optical connection to connect the new DVDPlayer with the DCS313 set ? So many options, so little money. (most is going into the plasma and the budget will be low/down for a few months to recover).