I am looking to buy a dvd burner and a tv in - pci card. Any suggestions for the best models to consider are appreciated (for both the burner and card). I am also wondering if dvd burners include the feature of a time base corrector to improve the quality of vhs to dvd transfers. If so, which brands? Lastly, have a technical question to discuss. I have one rca jack connected to my television and it extends to my computer. It stretches some 75 feet with a few rca jack connectors between cable runs, and the single extended cable is hidden as it runs within the walls. The tv is on the main floor and the computer on a second floor. I have been told by a Radio Shack clerk that I can connect this single rca jack to the 'video out' on the television, and the other end to the 'video in' of the tv in - pci card. Further, I should then be able to connect left and right audio rca jacks into the tv in - pci card, and the other end into the motherboard with a pc adaptor. This configuration, I am told, would then provide stereo audio along with the directly connected video jack in the tv. Does this connection scheme make sense to anyone? More importantly, will it work for gaining stereo audio into the computer's hard drive? The goal is to feed satellite television into a computer, and then burn individual programs onto a dvd. I am trying to see if I can gain video and stereo audio on the computer with the use of only one rca jack as described in the situation above. Any tips on making this connection situation work are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Cliff.