So... I'm new to this kind of thing. Living in the PAL region (Ireland specifically), I've recently started watching Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. This, if you didn't know, is a 4:3 NTSC 480i/PAL 576i TV show edited on video from the mid '90s, so I thought it might be best if I watch it on my old CRT TV, seemed like it'd look better than watching it sloppily upscaled on a modern LCD TV screen. Just wouldn't look good as the DVDs are just a pretty sh*tty VHS transfer. So, from TRYING to read up on the subject, I've learned that SCART is a pretty good connection, better than composite at least, and it supports (not sure if that's the right word?) RGB (which is also good apparently?). So I connected my DVD player to my CRT TV through SCART 1 and set the DVD player on RGB mode through the setup menu. Now, just realizing my mistake after 15 episodes, I've noticed the show looks more colourful and higher contrast, more like it SHOULD (from looking at screencaps online and comparing with my fairly well-calibrated LCD TV) when I set the DVD player to YPbPr mode. I thought SCART only supported RGB? I thought YpBpr mode was exclusive to component cables? I'm so damn confused. And would setting my DVD player to progressive scan on my CRT TV make it look better or worse? CRT TVs are interlaced, right? So it'd just look worse as it'd have to convert it back to interlaced video, right? I hope I don't sound like an idiot right now, I could be completely wrong. I compared the picture quality when using YPbPr progressive on and YPbPr progressive off, and there wasn't a large difference. I can't turn progressive on when using RGB either. My first instinct would be to say it looked a little better with YPbPr progressive off, but I could be wrong on that. The TV model is a Mitsubishi CT25M3LTX 50Hz CRT TV, and the DVD player is a Targa DPV-5600X DVD-Player/VHS-Recorder. Both are pretty damn rare, so good luck finding much info on them online. Can someone please help me? ELI5 and just tell me what to do. My brain is fried trying to figure this thing out over the last few days.