I've never thought too much about RGB cables or anything, so please excuse my newb-ery Apparently they are better than SCARTS so I was wondering whether it would be worth upgrading the cables on my PS2 and Wii consoles. I currently use the scarts that came straight out of the box and I believe these are inferior. I've looked in my TV manual and it appears to support RGB (do all scart sockets do RGB? I don't know). It's a cheap 21" CRT so no flashy HD component cables or anything like that. Currently they are connected through a scart selector switch, which I presume is non-RGB because it was a cheap one from Argos. Is there any way to tell? So I presume I would need a new switch. The switch is connected to a Sagem freeview box (since the box doesn't seem to work through the switch - no picture but there is sound), which I also don't know whether it's RGB or not. This then outputs to the TV via scart so I just turn it off to use the consoles. Now, it seems pretty obvious to me that new RGB cables on the consoles would be a waste of money if the freeview box is a normal scart. Is there a way I can find out or test this first?