I have just purchased an new TV (see below) and I am well impressed with the picture quality (via DVD)for the price. My tight budget meant I was unable to get a TV with more than 1 RGB Scart! Here is my current setup (nowt special but serves my purposes): TV = JVC AV28T67EK, 3 X SCARTS (1 X RGB) 1 X S-Video DVD = Toshiba SD330E Multi-region DVD Player (Component Video, SCART and S-Video) STB = PACE/NTL Receiver (Console = PS2) (Sound = Sony 5.1DD/DTS) Currently the DVD player takes up the RGB Scart slot, the picture quality is A1, v.sharp and the blacks are black etc. Idealy I would like more RGB sockets. I appreciate that Scart RGB is the preferred choice over S-Video, but I have also read that some Toshiba players actually work better on S-Video. I don't have a decent S-Video lead so I am unable to check this. Can anyone recommend connecting the DVD player using S-Video? This would free up an RGB slot for my STB. Alternatively I could buy a SCART to S-Video lead for the STB, would this be an improved quality over NonRGB Scart? Then I have the PS2 connectivity issue, but I don't play it that much, I could use SCART or S-Video depending on what is left. I would like to avoid a SCART switch box, although I do have one. Your wise advice would be appreciated, also suggestions on cables are welcome, but I don't want to spend £££s. My exisiting SCART cables are quite bulky, can you buy high grade one that are not so chuncky and stiff?