Hi there, I would be extremely grateful if someone can help me in the purchase of a new DVD/HDD recorder. This is what we need in an all in one unit: Twin freeview tuners DVD (or Bluray but see below) HDD Scart output (but see below) We have a Bang & Olufsen Beovision 3 CRT TV. We don't want to replace this as we have little need or interest in HD contect and basically couldn't really afford to replace it anyway. The Beovision 3 has three scart sockets but nothing else – which is partly where our problem comes in. We are struggling to find the above specs in a recorder for less that ~£350. One model that does have all of this is the Panasonic BWT700. This would be fine but it's ~£370 and we'd be paying for a blu-ray drive that we wouldn't benefit from. The Samsung D8200M meets our requirements apart from the scart sockets and costs only ~£200. This leads me to one of my questions: 1. I know you can connect component video to scart and maintain RGB quality. However component video doesn't carry audio. As our TV only has three scarts (two of which I believe are RGB) and no seperate stereo audio inputs is there anyway to connect our TV to the D8200M using component video whilst retaining audio? Or would we have to use compositve video into a scart adaptor? 2. The BWT700 supports Veira Connect with the latest firmware update, is it still the case that iPlayer is unavailable for the system? (I've searched everywhere but can't find anything definitive). 3. The BWT700 has a USB socket for adding wireless. Will it work with any USB wireless card or only Panasonics expensive branded one? Although we only have a standard definition TV it does have excellent picture quality for the resolution (and superb sound). I know that the television obviously can't display HD pictures at either 720 or 1080 but can it display an HD source at SD over a scart connection? e.g could be watch BBC HD or a blu-ray? If so would the picture get downsampled, but otherwise display OK? Any advice would be gratefully received, and/or any suggestions of other models that fit our needs. I am quite technologically competant but am finding the myriad product names and confusing product websites, well, confusing! Thanks!