My Score (Pelican) Universal System Selector Pro 2.0 just arrived today. Its actually branded Score but its definitely made by Pelcian. At first when I plugged in my Xbox via component cables to input 1 ,the picture was very washed out and looked horrible.
I thought the signal degradtion was that bad. However, I unplugged the xbox cables and then plugged it into input 2 and the picture looked normal. It turned out that the component video input on input 1 was broken. So i just hooked up the xbox on input 2 and my ps2 on input 3. I still have 2 free inputs enough for the Xbox 360 when I get one and maybe the PS3 so no complains, I can live with 1 broken input.
I noticed no signal degradtions on either the PS2 or Xbox. I have a few 720p Xbox games and they look same to me too. It says on the box that it supports HDTV and as far as I can tell it work fine with 720p hd signals. The LCD display is preprogrammed and it comes with plenty of labels. From the N64, PS-one to the Xbox 360 and PS3. Also comes with labels for many other devices including some like D-TV/CABL, IPOD, MP3 and MP4. A customizable display would be nicer but due to the large number of preprorammed lables it would probably have a label for most devices you would connect to it. The blue back light makes it looks very good.
This device actually comes in 3 colors; white, grey and black. I got the white one and it looks very nice. It also comes with a component and a composite, rca audio cable. I immeidately noticed that the cable looks and is designed like the regular av cable that originally came with the xbox. Don't know if thats good or not but I didn't use it to hook it up to my TV. I just use the component + rca stereo cable i orded from Monoprice.com
The remote control is pretty nice too. Instead of plastic, it is incased in metal and the color matches the color of your system selector. The ethernet ports is now not assigned to a specific input. It only has 3 ethernet jacks (1 input, 2 output) but now you still have to switch between them manually but you can do it with the remote control.
The first 3 inputs has coxial and optical audio too but I using the TV speakers right now. Overall I'm very happy with it and no complaints besides the messed up first component input. If your looking for a cheap video switcher then this might be a good choice. I originally got it because I had $57 left in unused overstock.com gift certificates but its definitely worth the $90.
Here are some pics:
Front of box
Back of Box
Unit under Samsung SIR-451 and Liteon LVD-2001 DVD player.
AV Cable that came with Xbox on right and cables that came with The System Selector and remote on the left