I have a Faroudja DCDi deinterlacer built into my projector (Epson TW100). When deinterlacing an analogue signal does any one know if this process is being performed against a signal in S-Video or Component format ? In other words, if the Faroudja processor works on an S-Video signal, a component signal fed to the projector would be down converted to S-Video, whereas an S-Video input would be passed straight through. Conversly, if the Faroudja de-interlaces a component signal, the S-Video input would need to go through a conversion stage, the component input would not. I'm just wondering if its worth investing in a quality S-Video lead on the specultion that if the Faroudja works on an S-Video signal this might give the best overall results from a Toshiba SD9000 DVD player.