Apologies that this has almost certainly been covered in other threads before, but for my specific requirements, I have not been able to work out an answer. I have the following system: Panasonic TX-32PD30 Bose 3-2-1 (no flaming please!) Sky+ digibox I have connected the Sky+ to the Bose via Optical audio cable and to the TV via scart into AV1 (RGB/Video) The Bose is connected to the TV AV4 scart (RGB/S-Video/video) using the L & R audio leads and an S-Video cable, all running via a scart converter (3 cables plugged into the converter, the converter switch is set to S-IN). My first issue is that on DVD playback, the picture is black and white, even when I select AV4/S (enables S-video). Is this because the Sky+ is RGB (doesn't do S-Video, I think) and the Bose is trying for S-Video)? I can't see why this should be a problem, but can't think of anything else. Also, I hear of people talking about 21-pin scarts - both mine seem to be 20-pin - am I being dumb, or are there different types? One came with the Sky+ (scart/scart) and the other is the adaptor mentioned above. Finally - does anyone really use 'Dynamic' mode on the Panasonic - it looks terribly grainy to me. On that thought, does anyone know if there is any really difference between the 100Hz, 100Hz Plus and 75/833i modes? Sorry to waffle on. My real issue is with the B&W picture, but answers to the other questions would be interesting. Thanks very much, in advance.