Okay, new question.
Brian, you may have a handle on this..
I see zillions of analog LCD's. Many are amazingly inexpensive (for a variety of reasons). Any of the ones I see are D-sub (VGA) input only. Some also offer RGB input via RCA or twistlok jacks.
Aside from the few bigger LCD's that DO have S-video inputs, is there a custom cabling solution to go from S-video to VGA or RGB? Or is the refresh signal and scanning rates too different?
I see 21" LCD's with thin borders, cool colors, and prices near a grand - from recognized mfrs no less. These puppies have no S-vid inputs (but some do have digital HDTV inputs).
Is there a reasonably affordable solution to feed S-video into "something" and get a usable signal format out to the LCD without compromising picture quality, etc. ?