So I'm trying to put together a little HTPC for my kids and I'm running into issues getting the PC to output good looking video. I've tried an S-Video cable and it looks like butt. Blurry, doesn't scale too well, and outputs black and white when video card drivers are installed. I bought a VGA to Component adapter but the TV must not support component over vga because the output was all messed up. I tried a DVI to Component adapter as well and I got the same results. According to the specs of the HIS 2600 Pro, the card supports component over DVI (YPrPb component output) and I assume my MSI card would do the same so I'm not sure why the DVI adapter didn't work. From what I can tell I am left with a couple options: 1) Buy an adapter like this. 2) Use an S-video to composite adapter. I assume that this will look as bad as the plain old S-video cable since the source is still the same. 3) Possibly a new video card if the YPrPb component output functionality is missing from the MSI 2600Pro I have. The old TV I'm using has S-video, composite, and component inputs. Any suggestions?