I was looking into this today and might have found a way to convert VGA to Component Video (red blue green) for HDTV usage. The device cost $71 bucks. Looks like this: XP Pro VGA to Component Video Converter This converter adapts VGA-type RGBHV video sources to Y, Pb and Pr component video for use with high-definition televisions (HDTVs). Simply connect the converter to an HDTV source (i.e. a high-definition set-top box, or satellite receiver with HDTV outputs, etc.) or a PC using the supplied 6-ft. VGA cable and power it up with the included 12-volt AC adapter. Connect the output of the converter to the HDTV and you're done! You can also connect the VGA output of your computer to drive your HDTV-compatible set. If your PC's output is set to 640x480, the signal will be converted to the 480p mode on your HDTV. The 960x540 video modes on a computer can be displayed on HDTV sets that can handle the 1080i mode. Some TVs which support 720p mode can display computer resolutions of 1280x720. A monitor utility program like PowerStrip for Windows will be needed to fine-tune the computer's VGA output for the HDTV. Note: This converter is not intended to connect a PC to a standard-definition television.