HDTV antennas are a dime a dozen, as are "HDTV converter boxes." The problem is, I've not been able to find a converter box with outputs other than composite or coax (75 ohm aka Ch 3/4). A couple of years ago, the airwaves were a-buzz with much ballyhoo about how people won't have to throw away their older TVs, that broadcast HDTV can be sent to older TVs with a simple antenna and an HDTV converter. So why the following: *coax (75 ohm Ch 3/4) *composite (RCA yellow) S-video (Sony's separate luminance and chrominance channels) YPbPr component (three RCA plugs carrying red, blue, and green signals) RGB (standard output used primarily for computer monitors) HDMI (current standard for home theater video/audio) DVI (post-RGB solution for analog/digital signals used in computer monitors) DisplayPort (royalty-free solution for DVI and HDMI compatibility) *only these two poor video standards appear to be supported by any broadcast HDTV converter I can find. Is this everyone else's experience, or is there a solution out there which includes one or more of the more high-def outputs? After all, if it's in the signal, why not keep up the fidelity all the way through to the monitor?