I'm thinking of buying a Yamaha Rx-v650 or Rx-v640 receiver for my home cinema set up as my current receiver doesn't allow me to use the receiver to switch between different video sources. Does anybody know if it is possible to use the unit to switch between RGB component signals (one from the DVD, one from the Freeview tuner)? I'm intending to cut a standard SCART lead in half and put plugs on the R G B composite and L/R audio leads and plug these into the receiver. My projector (Epson TW10H) accepts S-video, composite and either RGB or component inputs (through the same three sockets) so I was intending to run 4 video cables to the projector to get away from the 5m SCART and adapter I've got at the moment. Also, if I upgrade my DVD player to one which has proper component outs (not RGB), will I still be able to use the receiver to switch between an RGB signal from my tuner and a component signal from my DVD. From what I can gather, if the receiver acts as a simple switch connecting all relevant DVD/tuner inputs to the output when the source is changed I should be OK (as I'll need all three components plus the yellow composite/sync connected simultaneously for RGB). I'd be very grateful for any help because I'm struggling to get any sensible answers elsewhere!