The XBR200 was made in 98. It has only 4 inputs but has a component input, good for more recent consoles like the WII and PS2/3 which had component outputs even if the TV can't accept higher than 480i
The XBR100 was made in 95. It had 5 S-video inputs
Apart from that.. Most 97-98 Sony tubes i see are dead after barely 14-15 years while ive seen some 80s to early 90s tubes in near perfect shape after 20 years of intense use. Quality control was FAR superior in the late 80s to early 90s.
This doesnt mean the XBR200 is a bad choice, far from it.. but do test it before buying. Things to try out are to put contrast to the max and see if it shears (red coming out of sides of faces, red objects, etc), also to put it on a white screen. A good sony tube will have a pure white. Any tinge of magenta is usually a sign of a degrading green cathode. If whites are still white and picture still awesome at 50 contrast then tube is ok. If u need to put everything to the max to get it to look good... then it may have a lot of hours of use...
My 2 cents