Hi, Ive just ordered the (hopefully operational) Panasonic PTAE-100 and its on its way to my house as I type. But as this is my first step into the wonderful world of projectors, I have a question or two. At the moment I have my various consoles, and DVD player going to into a SCART switcher box, with an RGB lead going to the back of my TV. Unfortunately the projector doesnt have a RGB socket, so I cant keep this convenient set-up. However, the projector does have an S-Video socket, and I was wondering if it would be possible to swap my RGB lead (which is going from the switch-box to the now redundant TV) for a new lead with a SCART plug on one end, and an S-Video plug on the other end? Could I plug the S-Video end in my projector and still get a RGB quality images, (assuming I bought a nice expensive lead), whilst still using my switcher box? Obviously when I can afford a progressive scan capable DVD player, this set-up will have to change anyway, but for the moment the thought of having to individually swap the leads around every time I want to play a game strikes fear in my lazy soul. PS) Ive spent all my pocket money on the projector for now, so Ill have to wait until I can afford a projection screen. In the meantime I have no option but to shine the image onto my white, but bumpy wallpaper. I expect this makes the picture almost unwatchable. Would I be right?