I have a tricky problem with multiple solutions and I wanted to get some opinion on which option may be better than others. I have a Sony Bravia LCD TV wall mounted with a harman kardon AVR 235 AV receiver and direcTV HR21-100 HD receiver and harman kardon DVD player. The A/V equipment is set up in a rack in the corner of the room and the receiver output is via component video over cat5 cable. The HR21 and the DVD player connect via component video and the receiver has only 2 component video inputs (and no HDMI inputs). I would like to see hulu, abc.com and perhaps cwtv.com and cbs.com videos on my TV rather than my windows xp laptop or my iMac desktop (with Vista Ultimate on boot camp). I thought of: 1. Bravia Internet Video Link 2. Apple TV (with Boxee hack) 3. Mac Mini #1 is aesthetically the best, but I am not sure how to send the audio output through my receiver. Also, it does not have all the internet video providers (esp not hulu.com) and I have not seen too many hacks available to enable that. #2 is fine except that I would need to somehow get three component video inputs and put them into the 2 allowed on my receiver. Is there a concept of component video "hub" that works well? #3 seems to be the most ideal choice, but it has only DVI output and as I understand from looking on the internet, going from DVI to component video is extremely hard, if not impossible. Also, putting #2 or #3 next to the tv is possible but there is a question of aesthetics as well as audio going to the receiver. Anyone with any ideas to resolve my situation?