Hello everyone this is my first thread and I could really use your expertise. My current setup is that I have a scart box with a Sky digi box, Xbox and Playstation plugged in; finally a scart cable connects this box up to my tv. I now have a projector and want the best picture but also a setup that is as hassle free as possible. With this in mind I bought the following cable: Scart to RGBS http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/PGV7410.html I thought that if I has this I would simply replace the scart cable connecting the scart box to the tv with this one connecting the scart box to the projector. However this was bought before my projector arrived and this turned out to be a huge mistake, the projector did not have the required rca sockets for the cable (stupid I know). Dismayed I then looked through forums and heard that a component connection could be made through a vga connector and so I bought the following: Hama RGB Scart to 15 Pin HD VGA found near the bottom of this page: http://www.beststuff.co.uk/specialist_rgb_leads.htm When this arrived I tried it on a friends projector (an Epson) I connected it up to his digi box (not sky some other type) and it said that the signal was not supported. Confused I contacted the web site for advice and was told that this cable is only of any use when progressive scan is enabled; and as sky and my consoles cannot do this the cable is useless. I could really use your advice, can I make use of a conponent connection that does not require progressive scan or am I doomed to s-video?