Hi! I am familar with HTPC situation as it applies in the United States. However, I have recently moved to the UK, and I am very interested in the situation here. I need a crash course in how everyone is connecting their "HCPC's" to their PAL TV's. It's all so very different! In the US, I used the RGBHV output from the video card to connect directly to an NTSC RPTV (ie. using the PC as a progressive, scaled source). But what are people doing here? Can you do anything equivalent? I understand the differences between PAL and NTSC (sort of - I love digital PAL TV signals!). But I am confused as to whether you can send a progressive PAL signal to modern PAL TV's from a PC. Do you use component inputs, scart RGBS? Are convertors involved? Can you send a 100hz signal to a 100Hz TV? What resolutions do people use, and what are the results? To give you some background, I am currently displaying PAL digital cable signals on my NTSC HDTV (shipped from the US), using Dscaler, Powerstrip and multi-region DVD playback. The results are impressive, although obviously a limiting factor is the vertical resolution of the TV of 540p. Horizontal resolution is 1920, although I plan to experiment with 768 (or 1536), for sharpness with PAL sources. So, I'd be very interested to hear about your experiences in PAL land, and just to get idea of what people are up to. Cheers, Mike.