We've got a Panny TX22LT2 in the office which is used for client demos and that kind of thing. Unfortuantly it's not got a VGA input, so the best we can do is s-video. The current card is an el-cheapo AIW card (an old one), but the output isn't very well defined. I know the output will always be limited by the resolution of the screen, but it is 1024x768, so the picture should be reasonable - at the moment it isn't, with colours looking washed out and any text below about 12 points becoming unreadable. The inouts are eaither composite, RGB scart or s-video. I'm assuming the latter is the best option from a PC, but tell me if I'm wrong! Basically I'm looking for the best option to get a half-decent PC picture to the Panny screen, preferably for a lot less than £100. The card will need to be supported by XP, but doesn't need to be special in any other way - the kind of output is PowerPoint and that sort of thing, so processing power doesn't need to be too high. Any ideas?