Hi, Can anyone give me some advice on what's the best way to set up my proposed system? Ive had a few ideas from various people/groups but Im just trying to research it all more fully at the moment so any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. The system will be centered around a Panasonic TH42PWD6 and I need to understand how to connect the rest of my system to it for best results. I plan to fit the TY42TM6YB board to this screen. The inputs to the screen will be as follows - progressive scan DVD player (not sure which yet) - Pace Twin Freeview box. - Video recorder Questions are as follows: 1. I plan to use the component output of the DVD player to link to the screen. Am I best going via my AV amp (Yamaha 740) for the on screen display or cabling the DVD player straight to the screen? Will I loose any quality going via the amp? 2. I understand from various research that its likely (dependant on DVD player) that I will have to switch the output of the player to progressive? 3. The Freeview has both scart and S-Video output, whats the best output to use to drive the screen? If I use scart can this just be plugged straight into the screen? Id prefer if possible to route through the my amp so I get the OSD so I guess S-Video is the way to go on this? 4. My video recorder has scart output. Again Id prefer to go via the amp but what/how should the scart output be converted to? Composite? 5. Is there any auto switching on the screen or do you have to switch over the input signal? 6. I understand that the TY42TM6YB board will fit into any PWD6. Is this correct? The way I see this looking is as follows: - DVD player connected directly to screen via component for maximum quality. - Freeview S-Video into amp and then S-Video back out of amp into screen. - Video converted into 1 x composite and 2 x audio via a scart/composite converter and then a single composite running from the amp to the screen. I understand that the TY42TM6YB card can accept all of these inputs and that this should be no problem. Ive just had my fire place taken out in preperation but I'll "bench" test the set up before I get the cables put into the walls. Cheers, Tim.