I need an S-Video to SCART lead and wonder just how much to spend. I'm willing to spend more for better quality but wonder if the extra cost just goes into packaging and finish rather than performance. The SCART is inherently a poor connector so does that make plug quality more important, or conversely, irrelevant (assuming good basic construction of course). I'm connecting an Arcam DV79 to a Sony KV-29F1. The Sony has RGB on one SCART and S-Video on the other. I can see no difference between the "normal" AV connection and RGB when connected SCART-to-SCART but the S-Video connection into the front of the TV using the DIN lead that came with my camcorder definitely looks sharper. Therefore, I plan to get a lead to connect the DV79's S-Video DIN and audio phonos to the TV's S-Video SCART. Looking at Ixos and QED, I can spend less than £20 or several times that. Any thoughts? And yes, I have read Beekeepers excellent post on cables.