I get the above items tomorrow, but have a copy of the RDSX34 owners manual. The manual suggests that the TV and DVD are connected by use of a scart cable. Then a couple of pages later on it goes onto say that if the TV has component video inputs then you can obtain pictures in better quality. I was under the impression, probably mistaken, that scart to scart was the connection of choice for superior picture quality, but now I am well and truly confused. THe LCD has the following connections : Fixed audio output, HDMI, Headphone, PC compatible, Scart x 2, Composite video, s-video and RGB x 2. The DVD has the following connections : component video, composite video, optical audio, Scart (RGB) x 2, s-video, dv input, co-axial audio, analogue 2 channel audio. Any advice would be appreciated.