Ok I bought a Panasonic TXPS12 at the beginning of December and as nice as it is, it has a few problems with TV/games. I've searched here and found people had the same problems-ie when camera pans the picture squirms everywhere, when text rolls across it looks odd, the edges of the picture are bent at top/bottom etc. I also paid way too much for it, as I paid £599 from Currys and I could have got it much cheaper online. I've found a new TV, the Samsung WS32Z046VS. This is better as: 1) It's £514.99 including a cabinet, compared to £599. 2) It's 32" compared to 28" and therefore very cheap for such a big tv 3) It has virtual dolby compared to Nicam 4) It has 100hz/pure flatscreen like my Panasonic 5) It looks nicer. So I can't see anything wrong with it. Can anyone comment on it? I read a Hifi Choice review and they loved it. I want to know also, if the TV will work with my Panasonic Q Gamecube with RGB. Also my Sky box has RGB, and I know that TV's usually support RGB (if they do) with not all of their scart sockets. No site seems to say if it supports RGB, and which of the scart sockets do. Can someone help me out? If my Q doesn't work with it's RGB cable I simply can't buy it. (edit) I've found Amazon say "NTSC Playback Via SCART". Does this mean anything? And I think I made up the fact there are 2 scart sockets as I can't find anywhere saying how many there are... So I'd just like to know if the scart sockets support RGB and if the TV will be good, ie as good as the Panasonic when it decides to work well.