Hi All, I have spent a long time reading these boards but this is my first post. This is aimed at Panasonic TH-42PWD6BX owners using an Xbox. I have as part of my kit a DVDO iScan HD doing a great job on Sky+ and DVD. When trying to use the Xbox into it there was a very noticeable delay between an action made with the controller (eg. a button press / joystick movement) and that action displaying on the screen. The processing in the iScan HD causes such a big delay it made Rhythm games impossible and trying to drive in PGR2 was lets say "interesting". If the Xbox is connected directly into the screen via aTY-42TM6Z (RCA Component Video Terminal Board) or component to HD15 via a TY-42TM6P (VGA Terminal Board) is there a video delay (I imagine there must be some delay at least) and does this make game input delay problems noticeable? I play rhythm games so it's important that the controller reacts immediately to what's displayed on screen. There is an adjustment in the game for audio sync so that's not too much of a problem. The main issue was with the reaction time of the controller to screen. One last point, I am still running the screen in so my brightness and contrast are fairly low but when testing Project Gotham 2 the game was so dark I could hardly see anything. The rhythm game I tested displayed just fine. Even turing the brightness setting up in the game on PGR2 didn't help much. I assume this game is just horribly dark! Anyone else experienced this? (this was using the MS Hi Def pack and component cables).