Hey guys, just got a Sharp LC26GA3E panel and have (at the moment) 3 component sources to connect to the panel. A Gamecube, PS2 and DVD player. This may sound very lazy but I dont like changing cables all the time and I do find some cables become very tight around the panels' RCA sockets, and god forbid if I ever yanked the whole socket out altogether, I think I'd cry. So I'd rather leave a Component cable attached and have the 3 sources connected to a Switcher. Now I have seen two differnet types and wanted to know the differences, heres the two... http://www.zektor.com/hds4/index.html http://shop.nexnix.co.uk/Scart_Switchers.html (the 3rd one down - JS Technology Master Component Controller) The first seems like a digital processor type switcher that is a similar size to a DVD player, whilst the other just seems like a simple switch box the size of a Gamecube. Now sizes aside, what are the differences - besides the price? Would I really gain anything from buying the more expensive Zektor one? Thanks guys. M.