A few questions : I've got the current set-up and not sure it's quite right : LG Tv connected to LG video recorder ("Ant in" to "RF out") Video recorder connected to Sky box ("Aerial" to "RF Out1") Sky box connected to TV (TV scart to scart1) When watching normal TV through the set-top box, the picture is perfect. However, when recording a video, it's slightly fuzzy (like the reception's poor). Now, I live in the sticks, and analogue reception was so poor, and the aerial on the house so large that when we moved in, I simply removed it, so we now only have digital reception. Question is, is this problem due to the way I've configured the cables, could the quality of the cable itself make such a noticable difference, or is it more likely to be some kind of tuning issue (though I would think that with digital, you don't get grades of quality like analogue) ??? Second question - I connect a Denon DVD 2200 to the TV using a QED Squart AV cable. If I get a Panasonic PD30 (with progressive something or other), should I use component video (??) to connect DVD to TV, or is it just as good to keep connecting via a top-end scart lead ? What is s-video and do I need it ? Last question - with my Denon DVD 2200 came a cable with 3 bits on each end (coloured red, white and yellow). What is it and should I be using it (it's currently sitting on my desk)? Many thanks for any help you can provide !!! A.