Firstly can you please answer these 1st couple of questions and then lastly the main one. 1) Can you tell me if analogue video cables are restricted up to a certain vertical resoltion or can they do output 720p 1080i like DVI can? I know there are many variants but i would appreciate if you'd tell me which ones are limited. 2) Is it true that YCrCb fed to a plasma will give a heavily tinted picture (syncblaster.com) and you actually need YPrPb? I'm guessing that most (non-scart) xbox's would use YCrCb and so this would not ne ideal, is this true? 3) Finally and most importantly, I want to feed Foxtel Digital's (Australia) Scart RGB and another free to air HD STB with either YPrPb or RGBHV outputs into a scart AV selector. From the selector i can either output an RGsB or RGBS signal into the RCA inputs of the Sweetspot video card (HTPC). Can you tell me if the different signals will be recognised / converted successfully by the selector (which is the best one?) and recommend which signal types i should use for best compatibility and performance (of upmost importance)? The Foxtel RGB is a scart only (without an extra RCA for sync) so i'm guessing it's RGsB, but I'm not sure so please confirm this (I will find out if necessary). Hopefully someone will provide the advice i need regarding all the variations of signal type and connectivity, thanks.