Hopefully this is the right place for this. I have a 32" Sony Wega that has the componant video-in option and can take a 16:9 widescreen movie & compress it down into the 4:3 screen giving you a higher resolution. I'm wondering if I can use the HDTV cable box/decoder that Comcast provides and hook that into my TV to get a better picture using the 16:9 mode and componant cables. Here are a couple examples of what the "16:9 Enhanced Mode" does: I get less jaggies, signs of compression artifacts are gone and the scanlines all but vanish. The picture quality when in person looks HD quality and it's only running through an S-Video cable. This is probably a stupid question, but I'd like to know if at least watching HDTV channels through this method would look better than standard cable.