Hello I'm fairly new here and have only been around for a few weeks as my father recently invested in a new Panasonic Setup. We've got a... Panasonic TX32PD30 (TV) Panasonic NV-SV 120EBS (SVHS VCR) Panasonic SCHT 500 (DVD Home Cinema) Panasonic Digital Satellite Reciever from 2000 (can't find the model number) At the moment we've got things set up like this. 1) Techlink 5m gold plated scart to scrat connector cables from SVHS to TV 2) Techlink 5m gold plated scart to scrat connector cables from DVD to TV 3) Techlink 1.5m gold plated scart to scrat connector cables from Satelite Reciever to SVHS 4) JVC CN JS238 gold plated phono extension leads from DVD to Satellite 5) RF between Satellite and SVHS 6) RF between SVHS and TV Aerial Multibox which manin digital signal goes into (Three other TV) signals are plugged into this to transmit Digital to all the downstairs TVs in the house.) Okay I've got some questions regarding this setup which I'm hoping this forum can answer. Firstly why is it that I cannot recieve Nicam through digital and it only appears to work on certain BBC terrestrail programmes. This seems very strange. How can you tell if a programme is meant to be transmitting in Nicam or Dolby Digital or Pro Logic? Should I be recievbing Nicam from all channels and programmes on digital. What benefit would running a Scart from the Reciever directlt to the TV make in AV1? I've no idea why my father was sold these JVC phono leads. He seems to think that they'll help him transmit sound through the home cinema speakers on certain films. I just don't understand what they are meant to be doing. The lady at the shop tried to sell him a set of component leads. I'm aware that the TV has component sockets on the back on AV3. However the Video, DVD or Reciever do not have these sockets so I'm at a loss as to why he was advised to purchase them from the people at the Panasonic shop?!? Any recommendations for improving this setup or just comments would be appreciated. I'm not sure if I have explained it well enough but I'm really quite a novice at all this stuff as it's the first really nice TV we've bought (the last one being a $:3 Mitsubishi from 1993.) Thanks.