I know this isn't an Apple product but I am looking to bounce this off of everyone to see if my thinking is off base or not. Basically I have an old analog 27" Sony Wega TV. I'd like to be able to stream Netflix or Hulu Plus to it to watch some old TV shows. Because the TV has no HDMI, the AppleTV is out of the question, but the Roku 2 still supports component video and so does my TV. We have no HD DVDs, they are all SD, so I'm not really looking to jump to HD as much as open up my options to streaming content. So my options are, get the Roku 2 or upgrade everything to HD. My cable box is not HDMI capable nor does it support HD for obvious reasons. We intend to stream older TV series like Xena the Warrior Princess, so the content will likely never be in HD. Going to HD will finally get rid of that 90lb monster in my living room, but at the expense of a new TV that really only wants HD content delivered to it. Plus I will have to swap the cable box for one that can connect to an HDTV and probably up my cable subscription to include HD programming. All this to watch an SD stream of Xena the Warrior Princess. Going with the Roku means nothing really changes in my setup other than the Roku 2 box. I already have in-home wi-fi so that won't be an issue. Only thing I'm not 100% sure of is if I can send an HD formatted show to my older TV through the Roku 2. Some shows are in HD and don't offer an SD option, so I don't know if the TV will accept that sort of stream or not. Can't test that on my Apple Cinema HD display since it's already HD. Eventually I will need to take the plunge as my behemoth will eventually die of natural causes, but for right now, what I intend to watch, is my head correct in thinking the Roku 2 is really my best option? Thanks for all replies in advance and sorry for posting a non-apple question.