I have a Panny TX32PL10 32" widescreen CRT and a Pioneer "Universal" DV-656A player (capable of playing DVD-A/SACD as well as DVD), both of which I've owned since I bought them new way back in 2003. The Pioneer is connected to the Panny's AV1 (RGB) input via a fully-wired (non-directional) QED Performance Scart cable. Connected to the Pioneer's 2nd SCART (pass-through) is a Sky box, and connected to that unit's pass-through is my Xbox console, again via SCART...the reason for all the SCART loop throughs is to enable RGB from DVD, SKY and Xbox. The problem I have is when the Pioneer DVD player's output is set to RGB, I get this really annoying, slightly wavy horizontal band across the top of the screen. It is most noticeable when watching DVDs with 1:85:1 pictures. It is also most noticeable when the main image on the screen is of light colours. When watching DVDs with black bars (e.g. 2:35:1) is is not as noticeable, if at all. I was watching the DVD of Chicago over the weekend with my wife, and for most of the movie I ended up looking at the top of the TV screen because the band is so distracting. We also watched World Trade Center and the scenes with the guys trapped underground use a lot of grey, it was really noticeable and annoying. It doesn't take the picture away, but it produces a band that is visible all along the top of the screen. Darned annoying and I whilst know it's been there since day one I thought that's it, I really need to sort this out before it drives me totally crazy! Much as I'd like to buy a new LCD TV set (I'm convinced it's the TV not the DVD player), I cannot justify this to my wife at the moment. This problem does not occur when watching Sky, neither does it occur when using the Xbox (games or DVDs). Interestingly enough, the problem goes away when I switch the Pioneer's DVD video output from RGB to Video. The banding goes away completely but I lose the RGB. This is just one of these things that I've never got round to sorting out, but after watching DVDs recently where this problem was evident a lot of the time, it really was driving me mad both during the movie and afterwards. Some scratching around on these forums leads me to believe that others have experienced similar problems, but I'm finding it difficult to ascertain exactly what the fix is. From what I can gather on these forums, there were some well-known RGB problems on Panny CRTs of the same vintage as mine. I would hope they've fixed them by now with newer LCD sets, but that's not an option for me right now. I've read about DVCO menus and stuff, or cutting pins from the SCART connections, etc, etc, but what I need is to know exactly how to fix this problem. HELP!