I've upgraded to the HR20, but I'm keeping my HR10-250 and I plan on hooking both up to the same TV. My TV has 1 HDMI slot but 2 different Component slots. Should I just leave my HR10-250 in the HDMI slot and plug the HR20 in the Component slots? or Should I get this HDMI switch : http://www.monoprice.com/products/p...cs_id=1011001&p_id=2786&seq=1&format=2&style= and have both DVRs plugged into the HDMI slots? What will give me a better picture? If it helps, my TV has 720P & 1080i, but I always use 720P, it seems to be a better picture. Will splitting the HDMI make me lose any quality or will the picture look as if my TV came with 2 HDMI slots? Also, for the audio, If I'm given the HR20-700 I plan on getting this Toslink splitter : http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002344GG...e=380333&creativeASIN=B0002344GG&linkCode=asn And if I get the HR20-100, should I still get that same splitter, or should I buy this Coaxial Digital Cable (cheaper) : http://www.monoprice.com/products/p...cs_id=1023602&p_id=2680&seq=1&format=2&style= or this one (just a few bucks more - any difference?) : http://www.monoprice.com/products/p...&cs_id=1023601&p_id=619&seq=1&format=2&style= Basically, what's better, splitting the toslink connection or using a Dedicated Coaxial Digital Audio cable connection?