I want to feed the signal (RGB scart out and stereo RCA to phono lead) from my NTL digital box in the living room, to my PC in the spare room. Why? because I owe Dave at plugged in TV a report on disributing live TV over a LAN (and WLAN) and I have to lug the PC into the living room (with all the resulting wife type nagging) to do the tests. I've not yet bought the remaining bits to build a HCPC for the living room. (I'm only short a case, memory, Graphics card and DVD rom). I'd like to prove the TV distribution before buying the remaining bits. Is there a convertor box that'll take a UHF lead and output SCART for video and phono lead for audio? Would the resulting SCART signal (which would be composite by this time) give a signal (however degraded) that the sweetspot could use?