OK I got a decision to make. I have been eyeing up a DVD player for my new Panny TX32LXD1 as I am a bit tired of the lip synch issues I have with my Xbox DVD player. I actually went down to an electronic store and picked up a Progressive Scan DVD player Cambridge Audio DVD55 for £100 at RS. It was only when I got home that I realised I was a muppet for jumping into it as I can get a decent scart based Home cinema all in one for around £150. Is a Progressive scan image really that much better than a standard RGB (scart or s-video) connection? I haven't been able to test the progressive output on the DVD yet as I didn't have a component cable. I should have it this week so I can find out myself but I suppose the decision is whether I should go for an all in one scart system or a seperates components based system (which I'll have to build over some time...). Any suggestions or comments? Also with all in one systems, do you only get sound through the 5 speakers when using the DVD player or do you get surround sound when viewing TV (Sky) as well? Do you have to leave the cinema system constantly on for this? Sorry for the amount of questions but I'm really new to all this and haven't found answers having searched the forums.