Hello, I recently purchased a Panasonic PW6 for £650, it has only had 162 hours of use and I suppose my first question is was it worth the money? Secondly I have the Denon AVR-1802, this unit has 4 inputs for "s-video in" and 3 for "s-video out", It has the same again for component? (I think that the yellow jack plugs on the back are component, is this right? They are labelled video...) Should I use this to feed the TV by purchasing an s-video card and then plug everything else into the AV unit? The TV came with two input options, 1 for VGA (computer?) and one scart card. What would be the best way for me to link up Sky+, Xbox360, PS2, Gamecube and HD DVD player? I do have a Scart extension box which enables me to flick through 3 different connections, I can't help thinking that the picture quality will be affected by this method though. I am willing to purchase extra cards, connections if needed. I think there is a add-on card that incorporates component "video in" and "s-video in" which takes up slots 2 and 3 on the TV for £125 or there around. I haven't set the TV up yet as I wanted to know the best way to go about it so all advice will be much appreciated.. many thanks in advance Steve ps. Sorry if this question has been asked already, I did search the boards but kept getting too involved in reading other articles...great forum...complete noob to this too so didn't understand some of the technical terms that were used.