I've currently got a NEC VT45 projector, driven by a Sony DVP-NS300 DVD player. Also in the room (opposite end!) is a Panasonic DMR-HS2 for the TV/freeview box. I'm starting to think about driving the projector using a progressive scan source, and have realised I know next to nothing about PS! One option, which unfortunately involves buying a load more cables and running them round the room, is plugging the HS2 into the projector. The other option, which works out only just a bit more expensive compared to buying decent cables, is to replace the DVP-NS300 with a Sony DVP-NS730, which is PAL/NTSC PS and has component outputs. How do I (generically) connect a DVD player to my projector to ensure I'm benefitting from progressive scan? Do I need to use component outputs (which the HS2 doesn't have, only composite and two SCARTs), or is the signal "carried" on the SCART output (i.e. via RGB or whatever)? The VT45 has an SVGA 15-pin DIN connector, which is how I'm currently driving it from the RGB SCART on the DVP-NS300. And my final ignorant question is - do projectors and DVD players (if labelled as PS) output as PS "naturally" - i.e. can I just plug things in and go, or do I have to rummage around in the setup menus to tell them what to do? I only ask as I can't find anything explicitly referenced in the VT45 manual. Any thoughts? Thanks!