Just been messing around with the inputs and outputs of my EH60 and have noticed a few interesting things. Firstly, that the component output will loopthrough any incoming signal from any of the inputs. I presume this means that the unit is actually upconverting the incoming signals to component as I tried it with both RGB and composite video (didn't try S-video yet but assume that will work too) and they both pass through on component. This comes as a nice surprise as I didn't expect this unit to be capable of this (I assumed it would only loopthrough via scart). Although unfortunately, the component loopthrough is only active when the unit is switched on (when switched off you can only use the scart loopthrough). The quality of the upconverting seems to be none too shabby either. Using a composite video source (VHS), the upconverted component picture actually gave better picture quality than when sending the composite signal direct to the TV and letting the TV do the colour decoding! And my TV is no slouch, it's a Toshiba Picture Frame 2. The other nice surprise was that, incredibly, the EH60 also deinterlaces the incoming sources as well! When I switched the component output to progressive in the setup menu, I noticed that my TV relocked the signal (as it does when it receives a progressive signal). Now I REALLY didn't expect that! It's one thing to deinterlace a DVD, but to deinterlace and external source as well is just superb! I am interested to know what type of deinterlacing tech the EH60 is using? Is it just doing a simple 'bob' deinterlace for the incoming sources, or maybe something more advanced. Does anyone have any info on this? One thing's for sure, I'm certainly very happy with this unit. big thumbs up to Panasonic for the QA on this one. Hope my ramblings are of some use to someone!