Hi everyone. I really need your help to stop me wasting a load of money After some excellent advice over in the Plasma forum, I have purchased a Panasonic TH42PE30, and wall mounted it. The picture is good, but not a patch on the one I have seen in John Lewis (using a Ixios RGB lead). Now that I have spent 3K on a TV, I know I have to get the right leads (but I have little money left), but I'm finding the advice a bit too technical. I only ever used freebie scarts before. Can you help? I am using an analogue single for my normal TV viewing, and I have a gold plated coax cable running from my aerial to the TV (I can't get freeview in my area). I will be upgrading to the Sky version of freeview when it comes out later this year. I am running a DVD player and my computer to the TV. I am currently using gold plated JVC scarts (cheapies from Currys). My questions are: 1. What is the best type of lead for me to run between the DVD player and the TV for the ultimate DVD viewing? 2. When I add sky, how should I alter that set up? 3. Will I get a good computer picture if I switch to a scart connection, rather than use the monitor connector on the front? 4. Any other advice? Thanks in advance!