I'm deciding what plasma to buy atm - my first large screen, replacing a cheap 28" CRT. I've pretty much settled on buying from NexNix & will probably go with the Pioneer PDP433MXE. It'll be used with a few RGB sources such as terrestrial freeview box, dvd player & games consoles, as well as with a PC. I'm unsure as to what I need to best connect this lot up. I figure the Dsub15 will offer a simple connection to the PC (until I investigate DVI - I don't know anything about it atm). I'll leave the svideo & composite as last resorts for other devices. That leaves the 5 BNCs. Given I have nothing that outputs YUV & so conversion of one form or another will be needed, I assume it will be best to convert from RGB to VGA (ie to RGB, HD, VD using the BNC inputs). Can I use JS Tech's RGB2VGA convertor with the PDP433MXE to achieve this (with a VGA to 5BNC lead)? I think I understand the only possible problem is that some displays can't take a VGA input at the low horizontal frequency of around 15KHz which this will produce. Any advice? If this can't be done, what are my alternatives, if any? Lastly, I need to be able to switch between 6 RGB scart sources. Can anyone recommend a switcher which will offer the least signal degradation? Currently I have two cheap manual switches, from Argos, daisy-chained; I imagine I won't get away with this with a decent plasma as the display device. Thanks.