Maybe this should go in the HCPC forum, but I think its more amp related than PC related... Because of the distance from my HC setup to the screen I only want one signal cable (componant) running from my AV reciever to the screen. I also want to connect my PC to the screen. My intended plasma screen has 2x 15 pin RGB monitor inputs, so I could run a second cable direct from the PC's 15 pin monitor socket to the screen, but I would rather utilise a free input on the the AV reciever. So what is the best way to connect a PC to an AV reciever? I have already fallen into the trap of thinking that RGB and component are the same thing, so my original plan of getting a 15 pin to 3 phono RBG cable and using the component input on the AVR has gone out the window - or has it? I'm still not quite sure. Is there a way to do this? My graphics card has S-video out, which would be the simplest way to get the signal into the AVR, but would the quality suffer? I will be using the PC for "serious" applications, so I need good definition of fine lines and text with no "bleed". Finally, when push comes to shove, since the screen has a "proper" monitor connector anyway, should I just bite the bullet and use that and suffer two different video sources and an extra cable? For information the AVR will probably be a Denon 1803 or something of a similar spec. TIA.