Hello, Just ordered a Sony KV28SC70 widescreen tv . While waiting for it to be delivered something has occured to me about connecting it up to my existing kit. My DVD player (a Technics SC-DV290 DVD mini system) oddly doesn't have a scart socket. It only has composite and s-video outputs. Up until now I have been using the composite output with a phono to scart converter that was supplied with it. I'm told that composite doesn't give great picture quality. Up until now I've been watching on a budget 20" televideo, but presumably I would be better off feeding my new tv from the higher quality s-video output. My new TV does have an s-video socket, so I could use that - except that it is on the front of the set. Obviously I'd rather not have a cable dangling out of the front of my TV. So I was thinking of using an s-video to scart cable. Can I expect any problems with this route? I know that I need to make sure the cable goes in the right direction or has a switch to set direction. Is there anything else to consider? Will this arrangement cause any problems with picture quality? Will I be getting an RGB signal through the scart end, or composite, or something else? I have seen some stories on the net of people only getting black and white images through s-video to scart converters. But this was on a site selling s-video to scart cables "guaranteed for colour" so I'm not sure what to make of it. Is this a myth? Or is it just a matter of getting a quality cable/converter? Any adivce appreciated! TIA, Matt.