I recently purchased a 48" JVC HDTV and went to Comcast to get the HD box. The lady there gave me the standard composite cables and said "These are the same thing as component" after I asked her for Component. I know they are not the same thing but I didnt want be in there anymore after standing in line for a half an hour. I got home and called for a tech to bring me component after trying out the composite. My question is: should I just go and buy a HDMI cable or wait for the component cables to get here? Here are my tv specs: 48" Widescreen Rear Projection HDTV D.I.S.T. 1080i (Digital Image Scaling Technology) ATSC/QAM Digital Tuner Protective Screen Shield Single Tuner, Freeze and Index 16 MEGA 10 BIT 3D Y/C Comb Filter Super Focus Auto Convergence & 81 pt. Manual Convergence HD Range DSD (Digital Super Detail) High End Edge Correction Circuitry Natural Cinema (3-2 Pull Down) Selectable Velocity Scan Modulation Dual Auto Sensing Component Video Inputs Video Status (D6500K, Standard, Theater, Dynamic, Game) 6 Aspect Modes Including HD EZ Fill (Panorama, Regular, Cinema, Full, HD Cinema Zoom & HD Panorama) HDMI with HDCP Digital Input 4 AV Inputs (1 Front, 3 Rear) 3 S-Video Inputs (1 Front, 2 Rear) Graphic On-Screen Display BBE High Definition Audio Advanced HyperSurround Fixed Audio Output with Speaker On/Off XDS Auto Clock Set with ID Display and EZ Surf Return + Interactive Plug in Menu Multi-Function Timer Sleep Timer Closed Caption w/Text Digital Noise Clear Circuitry Black Level Expansion V-Chip AV Compu Link III Universal Remote with TV, VCR and DVD Control Capability Hyper Scan High Speed Channel Changer RF Input Width 47-1/4" Height 46-7/8" Depth 24-1/2" Weight 157.3 lbs.