I am feeding my HS2 an RGB signal from my Sky+ box. I had always assumed that the HS2 actually recorded an RGB quality signal, but I have now realised that it is converting the RGB signal to composite before it is recorded. I have always thought it odd that the HS2 allows the RGB signal to loop through when it's switched off but when it's switched on, the looped-through signal is dowgraded to composite quality before being output as RGB (to my projector). This downgarde is particularly evident with Sky banners, where on composite you get moving dots around the edges of text etc. So I tried recording Sky signals with banners on my HS2, and to my dismay I saw composite artifacts when I played back the recording. Pressing the 'TV' button on the remote (which switches off the RGB output) in the middle of the recording had no effect on the picture. Am I missing something on the setup, is there a fault with my HS2 or is this a general design fault? Perhaps when Panasonic say the HS2 has an RGB input, they mean it just allows RGB to loop through when it's switched off.