I've got a Nokia 221T Freeview box being installed on Monday together with a new (external) aerial. Despite being in an area that states there is no digital TV, the local Aerial man assure me he's succesfully fitted them near me and he'll take them and the new aerial back with him if it doesn't work. Freeview Box has 2 Scarts TV Panasonic TX-32PK20 - with Q-Link AV1 is Audio/Video In/Out &RGB :- Currently DVD (RGB) AV2 is Audio/Video In/Out & S-Video In :- Currently VCR AV4 is Audio/Video In/Out & S-Video In :- Current Lexicon MC-1 On-Screen Display for Setup Tweaking (AV3 is non-scart on Front.) VCR Panasonic NV-HS830B S-VHS - with Q-Link & 2 Scarts Hifi is 10M from TV on opposite wall. Assumptions Digital out on Freeview box needs 75 Ohm digital interconnect. Digital Aerials also pick up analogue TV signals? Are these correct? I want to use the DACS in my Lex so I want to run a 10M digital interconnect. Would Maplins shielded 75 Ohm Co-Ax with phono connectors soldered on be suitable/adequate for this? or do I need to buy a 10M digital interconnect? Any other reasonable priced solution? I'm new to Freeview/Digiboxes etc. How on earth do I connect all this up for the best picture quality? Losing the Lex's On-Screen Display which I use regularly for tweaking isn't life or death BTW, I can always add a Scart Switcher later. FView -> VCR -> TV ? VCR -> FView -> TV ? FView -> TV & VCR -> TV & FView -> VCR ? Where does the Aerial loop-through fit in the best arrangement? Being in a weak signal area I'd like to have high quality versions of all the relevant cables here for when the box comes on Monday Many thanks, Mark.