I want to hook my computer, my HD cable box, my PS2, and my DVD player to my HDTV. It seems like this would be a fairly common setup, but I can't find a good receiver to do this for under $600. Of course I want to send the video signal from my cable box and my DVD player with component cables for the best picture. Sending a 1280x1024 or 1024x768 signal from my computer by s-video cables looks okay, but it seems it could be a lot sharper. I'm guessing if I go dvi-to-component out of my video card, I'll be able to choose a 1080i mode or find some way to get a sharper picture on the TV than I do with s-video. And I'm just finding out that Gran Tursimo 4, which I've been anxiously awaiting, can send 1080i, so I should get a component video cable for my PS2. Is my setup so crazy? Why is it so rediculous to ask for a receiver with 4 component video inputs for $500? My TV (Sony KV-32HS420) has 2 component inputs, but if I have to change the TV from video5 to video6 and back every time I want to watch a movie it's really inconvienient. I thought the point of an A/V receiver was to be able to select a video-audio pair, for the TV and speakers, with one button. I'd really rather not have to switch my universal remote to control the TV, switch the source to video 5, then switch my remote to conrol the reciever, and choose the DVD audio, and then switch everything back when I want to watch TV. I want to be able to press "DVD" and watch a movie, and then press "CBL" and go back to watching cable. Has anyone out there solved this problem without spending an arm and a leg? Please help because I really don't want to have to get up and press a button on a seperate video selector box. Maybe I'm just lazy, but isn't this stuff supposed to be convienient? Thanks for any help!