I have a plasma display that doesn't have a SCART. I currently have a freeview box connected using RGB SCART to the 15-pin VGA port using a Keene Syncblaster cable, with audio coming from the L/R phono ports to a single mini-jack on the plasma (it has attached speakers). The VCR connects via composite, and the DVD player over component. This works pretty well. I intend though, to buy a Panasonic DMRES10 DVR and connect this to the existing setup. I realise though, connecting it may be easier said than done. I have a theory which I need confirming before buying the DVR. This is how I see it working; VCR (SCART OUT) > Fusion FVRT100 (SCART IN) Fusion FVRT100 (RGB SCART OUT) > Panny ES10 (RGB SCART IN) Panny ES10 (RGB SCART OUT) > Plasma (RGB VGA IN) Panny ES10 (L/R Audio OUT) > Plasma (mini-jack audio in) Questions! 1. Would this allow me to archive VCR tapes to the ES10? 2. Would this allow me to archive Freeview HDD recordings to the ES10? 3. Would the L/R phono outs from the ES10 carry audio from the VCR and Fusion to the plasma speakers? I need this because the VGA port doesn't carry audio. 4. Assuming I can watch and listen from all sources, which (if any) would need to be in standby for RGB loopthrough to work? I would also connect the toslink out from the ES10 to my amp incase I wanted to watch surround movies from the ES10, but this will mainly come from the Pioneer 575 over component. Does anyone see any problems here?