I have recently upgraded my TV to a new Toshiba 36ZP46. I would like to get the best possible picture from my NTL Cable TV, DVD player and XBOX. I've been reading a few threads and have noticed mentions of RGB, Composite, Progressive Scan etc etc. My TV has 3 Scart Connectors (2 of which are RGB) Component Video Input Composite Video Input S-Video Input IT also supports Progressive Scan At present I have an old Samsung 709 DVD player (which supports RGB), but mat be upgrading this to a Pioneer DV-575A (which has both RGB and Component outputs, and supports Progressive Scan). I will be connecting everything up to a Yamaha AV Receiver, but i'm fine with the Audio side of things. I just need some help with the Video. MY questions are: 1) What is the difference between RGB input and Component input? Which is the best to go for? 2) What is and should i make use of 'Progressive Scan'? 3) What would be the best way to connect the whole lot up, giving the best picture quality? I would like a balance between 'best picture' and price of new leads, as we're moving house and on a tight budget. Any advice on how to hook it all up and what cables to use would be most helpful. Cheers, Morph3ous.