In the October '03 issue of PC World magazine, the following statement appeared in the article entitled "Good-bye, VHS, Hello, DVD": "Many current digital video cameras have analog-in ports that can be used to digitize your old analog videos: Just plug your old camcorder into your DV camera's video-in port, and you can transfer your videos to digital videotape and then onto your PC." What about hooking up the DV camcorder's input ports to a VCR's output ports (in place of the analog camcorder), and playing the VHS tape in the VCR. Would the DV camcorder capture the analog signal from the VCR? What if the old VCR doesn't have S-Video ports? Is there an adapter than can get around this? My Sony VAIO has the hardware to capture digital directly from a DV camcorder, and since I am already looking into buying a DV camcorder, I can bypass the TV tuners and dedicated capture devices if this process works. Thanks in advance.