I was in the same boat as you. My solution was to use an the EVGA 01G-P3-N959-TR GeForce 9500 GT 1GB HDCP Video Card. It contains the appropriate dongles to connect to component video.
The fan on these things is super noisy so I ended up replacing the fan later with a Zalman VF700 VGA Cooler. Note that you will need to either leave the PCI express slot open next the video card to accommodate the fan or have a very short/small card next to it. I have an ASUS PCE-N13 wireless card next to mine and it fits.
As others mentioned the card will get you connected to your TV, however the media police won't let you automatically HD or hi-res content to your TV. So you will be stuck in 480. When I was putting my system together, the HD Fury was getting hard to find and it was pretty pricy. I ended up using a software solution called AnyDVD HD. I highly recommend this. While it was hard to get over the sticker shock of the software all I can say is it "just works." The developers actively work to make sure that you can watch the latest content.
It's a shame that we have to go this route to watch content that we have a legitimate right to (purchased or rented DVD's and Bluray). Manufacturers have left us out to dry with their planned obsolescence and wanting us to buy the latest and greatest, although I just did that less than 10 years ago and still have a better picture than most TV's today. Media companies don't want to face the real issue and evolve. Instead, they would rather place these restrictions and burdens on us consumers. Unfortunately, their lobby has more dollars and hence more power then us, even though we ultimately pay the bill...