I've moaned about this before - but it gets me a little irked!! With all the industry heading towards convergence, with the likes of Windows and its Freestyle (or Media Center Edition) initiative and ATI with the All-In-Wonder editions of its cards - why is it that nobody seems to be using Scart? I, like most people, can't afford to upgrade my tele to an rear projection set with a VGA socket or have fancy component inputs (would that i could), but do have a tele with an RGB Scart. Isn't one of the idea's of an HTPC is to have the best possible picture? And isn't S-Video below RGB Scart with regards to quality? I know there are problems with timing issues, but these can be sorted out with a combination of hardware and software can't they? The only card that seems to support RGB is the Sigma Designs X-Card, through an extra daughter card, but i'd rather stay with ATI - am i completely deluded or are there other people out there that would like something similar on the next 9700 based AIW? Of course - i could just be talking out of my bum!