Well, my Panasonic Plasma arrived yesterday. I have to say that I had some fears, mainly due to the fact that my local stores were displaying some fairly bad picture qualities! I couldnt quite work it out. Everyone was saying what a good picture plasmas had, and yet the picture quality was nowhere near as good as my standard telly at home. Watching one DVD in Comet, an advisor stood next to me and said isnt the picture brilliant. No, it wasnt, it was terrible. I started to realise that perhaps the difference was the price tag on the DVD player. In every case, shops were using sub £200 DVD players to drive multi thousand pound screens. The worst was one using a £60 player. Luckily a theory that proved to be correct when my Panny arrived. Plugging in my old Sony, the picture quality was far better than the one in the shops. Cant wait till the even better DVD player arrives! The only down side is when my Sky box plugs into the RGB input on the Panny, the Panny does not support Colour or Auto Aspect on RGB or PC in. The colour is the most important. ( My lounge is always fairly dark and the brightness, contrast and colour need reducing a bit. ). Alas I also went and ordered an RGB to PC converter, which may turn out to be a poor choice. I am not sure yet, because the only other option to the RGB input on the Panny is S-Video, and I am concerned about loss of quality. The difference between RGB and Composite is HUGE. I am worried that S-Video will also be significant, in which case I am about to waste £75 on a converter. What do you think guys?