The component BNC will give a very small advantage over a 15-pin Dsub connection. I don't even believe you will notice a difference on a 42" screen. If you did wish to add another set of components inputs you can. The TH42PWD6UY has open slot architecture. Those slots located next to your standard inputs are there for optional blades. Blades is the industry term for the optional circuit boards availble with the Panasonics. I'm not too sure of the actual part number but there is a blade that will give you an addition component input. You can specify either RCA or BNC connectors. I believe cost is around $200. To take it a step further, add a DVI blade and look into one of the new DVD players with DVI out.
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