I, amongst many others, am suffering from this on my JVC TV and I was wondering if anyone else has had this idea or can offer any input: Some RGB cables for consoles have capacitors (usually 220uf) wired into each R, G and B connector at the scart plug to increase the brightness of the picture. All my sources are routed through a Qunitro scart controller, and the output from this is the only scart plug connected to my TV. So in theory, if I made a pass-through scart connector with all pins connected, but with caps on the appropriate R, G and B lines, it should increase the brightness of the picture on all RGB sources when connected inline with my Quintro's output. I could use something like this with the RCA plugs cut off and the modifications mentioned above. What thinkest thou?