I am not happy with how my system is connected up and I would like your views please. Apologies if this is old stuff, a forum search didnt reveal a specific solution. Also this probably covers multiple forums, but I think this might be the most appropriate place. My setup TV: Panasonic TX 28PK1 (AV1 RGB, AV2, Video (composite?) / S-Video), AV3 front of set, s-video (but I wouldnt really want to use this on a permanent basis). Digibox: Nokia Mediamaster 9859T (Scart 1: RGB out, Scart 2: Composite out) Receiver: Yamaha RV-X596 RDS DVD: Pioneer 656a VCR: Sony SLV-E730 (1999 model). I currently have DVD connected direct to TV AV1 for RGB Digibox Scart 1 to Receiver Digibox Scart 2 to VCR VCR Scart 1 to Receiver Receiver s-video monitor to Scart 2 (AV2) on TV. I use an s-video output from the receiver (for Digibox & VCR) to TV Scart 2 (AV2) presumably giving me composite(?) though maybe s-video(except AV2-S doesnt work correctly see below) I am happy with DVD quality on AV1, but the digibox picture suffers from what I think is dot-crawl or something some solid colours have a jagged edge / tiny chequered pattern. I think this might be because I am inputting composite to TV. When I switch AV2 to AV2-S presumably to accept s-video in (which I reckon my Receiver should output), I get a black and white image (WHY???) with a meshy effect. I am using good quality interconnects throughout (various brands including IXOS and QED). I have thought of using a scart splitter to combine the digibox signal with DVD to use AV1 RGB, but I am worried this will degrade DVD quality (most splitters I have seen look very cheap and nasty). Can anyone suggest a better way to connect my system to improve Digibox picture, and explain why I get B&W on AV2-S? Related to this, my TV remembers the last AV input used, so setting up macros for my Pronto is puzzling me because AV inputs toggle rather than having discrete codes, so what happens depends on previous state. I know that putting everything through AV1 would resolve this, but I think it may not be the best option. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.