Having studied various posts on connection options, I have got my brain in a tangle! This post is aimed at getting the best possible pq from Sky+ to Viera, but there are complications....here's what I want to connect:- Sky+, PS2, Denon 3910 DVD, Denon 3805 amp, connected to Viera 37" and Screenplay 4805 projector Ideally I want the flexibilty to view all sources on both displays. With this in mind, I would like to use the switching facility on the 3805. The DVD and proj are connected directly by DVI. For the other sources, to get 2 lots of component out from the single output in the 3805, I am looking at a Keene video distribution amp (up to 4 sets component out from 1 input). Then we turn to Sky+... do I go (1) s-video from Sky to amp and then out via component, or (2) get an RGB scart to component cable to the amp, or (3) go RGB scart all the way to the TV to 'preserve' the signal path and s-video to projector, or (4) do I go the whole way and go scart to JS component converter, then through 3805, then through distribution amp, finally to TV and projector? (I read that this is maybe the best route for PW6/7, but what about Viera?) I am looking for the best pq on the TV for everyday viewing - but also want a good signal for the projector which would be used for Sky movies. Up to now I have used option (1) for the projector with subjectively 'mixed' results (largely I think due to variation in broadcast quality on Sky) - TV and cabling not yet installed, so my options are open. As a long-time audio nut, I thought the best route was always the simplest, most direct in order to minimise interference with the signal, but the idea of a converter to 'upscale' the signal to component seems to go against this. Also, with some of these options, we are looking at up to 4 interconnects between Sky+ and TV! Would appreciate any comment from anyone who has tried any of the various options.