Have just puchased Pansonic NV-SV121EB-S S-VHS VCR.This has 2 Scarts and S-Video out on back, and S-Video in on front,as well as normal AV/audio(3 jack plugs) front and back. I have a 2 Scart set top box from Goodmans and Toshiba 36 ZP 48 CRT TV which has 3 Scarts and S-Video on back(as well as AV connectors and S-Video on front,as well as component inputs on back). I am going to use the component inputs for a DVD player when I get it,but will be leaving the purchase of a DVD recorder for a while. Hence I want to know the optimum way of connecting the VCR,TV and Freeview box. The VCR manual describes how to hook up all three using 2 Scart leads(and RF leads) ,and also describes how to hook up VCR to TV using audio leads and S-Video lead (+ RF leads) not involving the Scarts.It implies but does not state categorically that the latter will give better quality. It does not describe a set up using S-Video AND the Freeview box. Basic question. Am I better off just using the 2 Scart set up,OR,connecting the Freeview box to VCR with Scart,then the VCR to TV with S-Video cable and audio leads ??? (all RF leads being in place as usual which is the same either way). As an aside I will be inputting from camcorder to both TV and VCR using the front S-Video sockets on each. I have the Scarts but will need to buy audio cables and S-Video cable if I do this option and want to know if I should. If this is a good idea,is it worth getting high quality S-Video/audio leads or are cheap ones OK ? Any opinions gratefully received.Thanks Andrew.