Hi . Hope you can bear with me on this one its quite complicated! Im having a problem which Im pretty convinced was/is my Iscan Pro but its been to Owl Video servicing and they say there is nothing wrong with the Iscan. A few weeks ago when watching a film I noticed the picture was drifting from one side to the other and then back again. Each shift would take around 5 or 6 minutes and would move the picture about 2 or 3 inches in each direction. At first I was convinced the Iscan had broken because when the Iscan is removed from the process the problem goes away, however, Owl say the Iscan is fine, and, crucially, I realised that without the Iscan, the picture is being fed to my HT200 projector via the S-Video or Component inputs rather than 15pin VGA graphics input which is where the Iscan feeds from. Is it possible for only one input on a projector to be faulty? I.e. steady picture on S-Video and Component, but drifting picture on the 15pin VGA graphics input? The Iscan came back to me yesterday and the problem is still present, I did some more experimenting and determined it must be something to do with the projector (I think) because when the picture has drifted to the left or right, I am able to use the Projector remote to adjust the image position back to the centre. However, 5 minutes down the line and the image has drifted again. The Sim2 HT200 is on firmware 1.21S, and the Iscan is all up to date according to Owl. Does anyone have any ideas what might be causing my problem? Failing all else Im hoping to borrow a colleagues identical Iscan Pro is a few weeks and determine once and for all whether the projector is the problem or the Iscan. But in the mean time its driving me insane! Any help very much appreciated! Mark.