I've finally taken the plunge and ordered my Denon AVR-1803 Receiver. I've been trying to work out how it's all going to be connected so I can buy the right leads and be ready to go when it arrives. I'm going to be connecting a DVD player and a Sky digital box to the Receiver (and some other audio sources but they're the easy bit!), and would like to use AV switching if possible. The DVD player will go in 'Video-1' which is component RGB so I'll need a Scart-to-RGB-RCA-Phono lead. Similarly the Sky box will go in Video-2 (also RGB) via a similar lead. I then need to take the component video output ('Monitor') to the TV, so I need a 3-Phono-to-Scart lead. First question - how am I doing so far?! Have I basically understood this or am I way off? Second question - if I have a lead with a scart on one end and three phono plugs (for component video) on the other, can I use that to go either way, or will it be specifically 'scart-to-phono' or 'phono-to-scart'? Thirdly, is there going to be any problem with having these leads 2-3 metres long? (other than expense of course) Finally can anyone recommend what I should by and where I should buy it? I've heard that Puresonic are good leads, and CPC sell them very cheaply, but it's hard to tell what it is you're buying because they give so little information. Also Puresonic don't appear to do a lead which is Scart to component video or vice versa. Any and all advice gratefully received. Dan.