When I replaced the original PS2 lead with the Blaze lead, in RGB mode yellows show as blue, blues show as red and vice versa. The lead itself is okay as it works fine when I connect the PS2 directly to the TV I think the problem may be a conflict between RGB and S-Video (and the way Ive got everything connected). Am I right in saying that these formats use some of the same SCART pins for different colours? My kit is connected as follows: Grundig Sky Digibox TV out -> TV RGB SCART (The only SCART on the TV) Panasonic S_VHS VCR AV2 Out -> Switchbox (bog standard but fully wired) PS2 Out -> Switchbox Switchbox -> VCR SCART on Grundig Digibox This works perfectly with the PS2 supplied cable as I get RGB from the Digibox, Composite from the PS2, the VCR records Sky on the AV2 channel and switches between VCR and Sky automatically when the play/stop buttons are pressed. Ive tried changing this around but cant seem to do that without mucking up the VCR connection through AV2 to Sky. Also, when the Digibox and VCR are both on (and I have the Blaze lead connected), there is a constant clicking between composite and RGB display. Any suggestions (apart from get a new telly with more than one RGB)? Cheers, Adele.