Hi there, I'm about to buy my first front projector: http://benq.com/products/Projector/?product=1055&page=specifications It has the following inputs: Analog RBG, HDMI, Composite Video, S-Video and Componenet Video. Now, at the moment I have my Sky box, DVD player, hard drive and VCR all connected to a scart switching box and the output from that goes to the TV. This is great. But of course the projector doesn't have a scart input! So ideally what I'd like to do is replace the scart output from the box to the TV with something the projector can use. Would that be as simple as buying something like this that, it seems, will convert the scart to component: http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/PGV379.html Is that the best solution, or is there not much point paying £50 for a cable that presumably won't improve the quality since the inputs are still scart? Alternatively, would using an adapter and s-video cable work okay? For example: http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/AD001.html http://www.tvcables.co.uk/cgi-bin/tvcables/PGV6609.html Half the price, and from what I understand S-video isn't much worse than component. Although the adapter does mention that if you're using the s-video input you need to have an s-video compatible scart socket. Not that I'm sure how you tell if it's compatible... but would this just be on the switching box, or do all the involved scart sockets need to be s-video compatible? I'd be happy to change everything to component, but unfortunately only the HDD and DVD player have such outputs. The Sky box and VCR have not. I'm not so bothered about VCR, but I'd need to be able to have the Sky box connected to the projector somehow. Sorry for the long post! But if anyone has time to help a beginner out here I'd be very very appreciative. Thanks.