Ok. That was a little misleading on my part so I should have been a little more clearer. First of all, this is a very confusing area (at least to me) because component labeling on devices doesn't seem to be consistent for whatever reason and just adds to the confusion. YCbCr and YPbPr are basically interchangeable terms defining the RGB color space with the luminance, the "Y" component, being slightly different. Both are component video but the "digital" part is usually designated YCbCr and is carried on one wire, HDMI or DVI, whereas the "analog" part is carried on three wires and is considered YPbPr. Higher resolutions are more likely with YCbCr because the color space is "digitized" (ones and zeros) with greater bandwidth.