I'd like to build a PC to record take the input from my Sky Plus box and record it in MPEG4 format, including Dolby Digital. I want to capture with full frame, uncompressed AVI. The I could encode it in whatever format I liked from MPEG2 to MPEG4 using a software encoder and a reasonably powerful CPU. I want to play the recorded video and audio back using component video output and optical/coaxial out to my 56" TV. I'm having problems finding a card with component or RBG outputs to drive the TV, as well as one that has RBG inputs for recording. Can anyone suggest one? I've already tried this with the ATI Radeon 8500DV card, so I know my computer can handle full frame, uncompressed AVI. The problem with this card is it uses S-Video which doesn't give good signal quality. My 56" Toshiba TV has both RGB and component inputs, but I can't seem to find a card which will both capture and replay in either RGB or component. S-Video input to the TV looks poor by comparison to RGB. I don't have any kit (yet) with component video output, so I've not been able to test that part of the system, but I'm told it's of a similar quality to RGB via the SCART. As for recording/playback of Dolby Digital, I've found you can use the SoundBlaster Audigy II (24 bit) which seems ideal and also has a firewire input as well. I want to transfer all of my CD collection to MP3 format, to create a jukebox. The Audigy has a digital input on the card, so you can read the music direct from the CD in digital form. Has anyone tried any of this already and got things working ok? Kind Regards, Shane Cook.