I have just moved into a mates flat. He has SKY+, connected to TV, VCR, and a DVD player via a myriad of RF loop-throughs and cheapo SCARTS. The quality of the SKY picture was poor, analogue channels much clearer than their digital equivalents (e.g. BBC1). I guessed it was using the inferior RF signal, or there is interference. I have detached everything, and for simplicity, am just connecting SKY+ and the TV (an old Philips, model 25PT532B/05). The external aerial is going direct into the TV, and the SKY+ box is connected to the TV via SCART (new Cambridge Audio Premium). I have also set the SKY+ to output RGB rather than PAL. Now, the picture is fantastic, the menus much sharper also. I have no manual for the TV, so dont know if it accepts RGB, but I assume if it looks sharper, then it is ok. However, to watch SKY, I used to just press TV Guide on the SKY remote, this would wake the TV up also and show the menu. Not anymore. Just white fuzzy interference. I now have to press TV, 6, TV Guide to get to this same menu. If I then switch back to analogue BBC1 by pressing TV, 1, then go back to channel 6, it is fuzzy again! Do I need to loop through the RF signal via SKY ?