Just about finished my HTPC rig but this is going to need a major re-working off connections. Currently have RGB out on cable box into a converter to S-Video which goes into Denon 2803 receiver (analog audio). I also have a DVD player which connects to the receiver via S-Video (digital audio). Now I want to get rid of the old DVD player and replace it with my new HTPC rig which will take the cable box as an input. I guess this means I am stuck with the RGB to S-Video converter as I have only seen TV cards with S-Video inputs. The problem I know have is that I have a fairly old 29" TV (6 years) which only has Scart inputs (1xS-Video & 1xRGB) so I was planning on using the S-Video out on my radeon 9200. This however is a bit pants. I would ideally like to connect the PC to the TV via the receiver (although this is not too important as the PC will now be the only source). The receiver accepts S-Video and component video inputs. A little searching the net appears to give me a few options. Get a new radeon graphics card and their DVI to HDTV converters to feed receiver. Then buy a component to RGB converter to feed TV get a scan converter like this have crap TV output The last option is not really an option but the first two both weigh in at over £100. Option 1 would end up converting the RGB cable signal into S-Video, then into component and then back into RGB which can't be good. Option 2 is a bit of an unknown, I am not sure if the output is going to be much better than the standard output a graphics card. There is so much conflicting advice out there and would appeciate comments on what the best plan of attack is.