This might seem like a silly question... I've just taken delivery of a Sony KD32DX40U TV from John Lewis and I was a wee bit taken aback to discover that it only has one RGB capable SCART. When I was checking it out on the Sony web site (www.sony.co.uk) the technical spec for the set definitely claimed it had two RGB capable SCARTs. Now that I've actually got the set the manual claims that the second SCART (it only has two ) is composite and S-Video only. When I connect my DVD player or digibox to SCART 1 in RGB mode everything is fine but when I connect either of them to SCART 2 it's obviously using the composite signal and there doesn't appear to be any way of selecting RGB instead. The strange this is that I thought I'd played with a version of this set in a nearby branch of Comet and when I tried cycling through the video inputs I thought it let me select SCART 2 with a "..." symbol (Sony's way of saying it's RGB). Is it possible there are two versions of this set and I've been delivered an older (or worse still a newer!) version that doesn't have two RGB capable SCARTs or is it all just a mistake on the Sony web site and I had some kind of brainstorm in Comet. I'm currently waiting on a Supervisor from Sony to call me back... If anyone else knows anything about this in the meantime please let me know. Ronnie P.S. I was also slightly surprised to see that it allowed controlling the colour saturation in RGB mode - looks like the Sony RGB signal path isn't as "pure" as it once was.