I haven't seen any reference to anyone trying this at all, not many RGB SCART sources output anything except a regular 575i signal, but here goes.. Background. Right now I'm setting up a projector for my Dad, who just got sky digital. The projector (Sanyo PLV-Z1) has YPbPr and VGA inputs. Our DVD player (Panasonic SA-HT520) will go to the YPbPr inputs for a 480P picture, and the projector manual advises using an RGB SCART-VGA cable (code: POA-CA-SCART) from our Sky digibox output (VCR routed through SCART on digibox also). The manual states that the RGB SCART will only provide a 575i signal, despite the capability of the VGA port (computer can go right up to 1280x1024, HDTV up to 1080i50 and 1080i60 are also listed for this port in addition to the YPbPr connectors). Problem. The tricky part comes in with connecting my xBox, NTSC (chipped with switchable PSU and avalaunch dashboard). My games are NTSC, mostly 480p, so I should have little problem - except for my AV pack. Anyone familiar with consoles realises that different proprietary cables etc are used depending on your TV equipment. I have the Advanced AV pack for the UK, RGB SCART output. Unfortunately, the xBox only displays the HDTV menu to switch on support for 480p, 720p and 1080i when the HDTV pack is connected to the AV port. If I could make my xBox output HDTV despite not having this menu in my dashboard (through lack of correct proprietary "dongle"), does anyone see any reason why I should run into problems running 480p through RGB SCART and into the VGA of the projector?