I've just connected my VHS machine (Sony SLV-SE800 I think) via composite to my Denon 3803 and onwards to my Panasonic 42pwd6 via component cable. Now I know that I shouldnt expect miracles, but the picture really is dreadful. On my CRT (29 inch 4:3 Philips) the picture from the same video is excellent for VHS, and the CRT picture is only a couple of inches smaller (height-wise), so I didnt expect such a difference. The picture on the plasma is noisy, which Id expected (but less so) and can live with, but what I cant live with is a wobble / jitter / shake in the picture, which does not happen on the CRT. Any ideas (other than buying a DVD-Recorder which is not an option at the moment)? We watch a lot of taped TV, so would really like a solution. Also, is it a feature of a plasma display that it will not display a paused VCR picture, and loses the image when doing a visual fast forward? I have the combined (2slot) component/composite terminal board on the plasma, and all sources are switched through the 3803. Sky is connected via a JS RGB2YUV converter and the picture is very good. Does it sound like a problem with my gear? Can I improve the picture with alternative connections, or expensive cables ? Or am I going to have to learn to live with it? Thanks for any help ..