Hi chaps, again, I need some advices on a connectivity kinda issue, so let's get started. Plasmas historically, dunno why, have always had poor scart socket support, especially lack of a good pure RGB input. Lastest dilemma in my equipment is: Im going to buy a digital freeview box, yeah I'll probably enter the magic world of the TV licence guys, fact is, as it stands now, all freeview boxes has got scart sockets and optional, some of them, s-video, thru scart, output. So what's the best way to hook up your freeview box to your plasma that hasnt got any scart input? Option number1: - Scart to s-video cable / converter, so I loose RGB output but at least I've got a s-video signal, which is not bad after all Option number2: - Internal/USB HTPC freeview box, no need any cable and output can go directly with the already exisiting VGA HTPC-Plasma connection. Option number3: - Forget about PQ, just run the freeview box into the composite input (unused still) of the plasma. Option number4: - Something I havent thought of... Option 3 is the one I hate, but final question is: Is there a noticable difference in quality between a RGB/S-Video freeview box output and a normal composite output? Can the composite output running into a DScaler magic filter got the same quality as a pure RGB/S-Video output? At the end of the day watching normal television doesnt require all this pedantic QA quest?