I have been setting up my new Pani TX32pl1. I tried RGB and found the colour balance too vivid. So I tried s-video and found this used the colour control. But what was more interesting was using the image quality. When using the THX test grid with the RGB signal the edges of the lines where clean and distinct but the lines where twice the thickness of when using s-video. Of course the edges of the lines with s-video where not as good, even with the sharpness turned down. I also found no shift between the luminence and chrominance alignment which often happens with s-video for some reason. I just got the impression that the s-video had greater definition than RGB, but a bit noisy. I'm not about to start a s-video is theoretically better than RGB debate. Evidently this set does have a definition problem in RGB if the THX test is to go by. The s-video image is superb, in many ways better than the RGB on my old philips from a distance. S-video was not this good on the philips, which was a let down when using my SVHS VCR. If this is how good s-video images can be then i'm not surprised it's the standard used in the US. I'm almost tempted to start using s-video switching via my surround amp, buy why introduce extra stages between source and TV. I'll stick to my simple scart switcher, orginally used to switch RGB sources. P.S. someone posted about a clicking sound when auto widescreen switching. This dosn't happen with s-video, but does happen if you switch between s-video and RGB using the av control on the remote. For some reason the set is switching out of RGB mode which changing aspect, and then back again.