Hi, Just setting up my first system after receiving my new PJ. The DVD connects via s-video. No problems here. Very exciting but to achieve true happiness I need to watch my Monty Pyton videos. VCR (Panasonic, steam powered, circa 1995) has two RF/UHF sockets 1xinput and 1xoutput. It also has two scart sockets (never used) which I also foolishly expected to be 1xinput and 1xoutput. But no. Two inputs (AV1/AV2). My video listens in UHF/SCART terms but will only talk in UHF. My PJ on the other hand wants nothing to do with UHF. Never even heard of it. How do I get these boxes to talk to each other? Maplin do a thing called 'UHF modulator' which takes video signal from a phono plug and converts it into UHF but doesn't do the opposite. I've tried the on-screen menu on the VCR to see if there is a software option to convert an AV input (SCART) to an output. No sign of this, although it does ask if I want AV2 to be sat/decoder/vcr. Short of buying a new VCR with component/s-video/video/scart/anything but UHF, can anyone think of an easy solution? To be fair I like my VCR, it does the job, and it seems a shame to retire it on a technicality. Does anyone know of a UHF->video converter?