I've just bought a Toshiba 36ZP38B picture frame TV to complement my Toshiba RD-XS30SB DVD recorder. I also have a SKY stb (not SKY+) and a basic Samsug mono video (used to play kids tapes). TV has built in Dolby Digital so don't intend bothering with separate amp. DVD has S-video in/out, red/white/yellow audio/video component in/out and 2 scart (RGB scart out BUT NOT IN! ). TV has 3 scart (inc. 1 RGB), component video input, separate optical audio and coaxial audio inputs. Also has fixed audio output (?). SKY stb (Panasonic) has 2 scart out and separate red/white audio connections. I've connected DVD>TV using good quality 9 pin scart and coaxial audio cables. SKY is connected to DVD and TV using scarts that came with stb. Question: given the apparent lack of an RGB conection for either SKY>DVD or SKY>TV is it worth upgrading the SKY scarts?