Long time reader, first time poster. Dreaming about plasma for ages and finally saved up enough for my first foray! Planning to buy a panny PW7 now and relegate to the bedroom in a couple of years once the HD stuff settles down and the prices start to drop. Found a great deal (methinks!) on a Panny 37PW7 at http://www.shopatdigital.co.uk/acatalog/TH37PW7B.html £1050 inc VAT & delivery and either a component board or a composite/S-video board thrown in gratis. Problem is I've been drawing diagrams all afternoon trying to understand how to wire up my various peripherals at the lowest possible cost without sacrificing too much pq. I'm sorted on the audio side of things but struggling on the video. Don't really want to burst £1300 (and I've got to factor a stand into this so realistically max budget is £1200). I have the following gear to hook up: 1. Sky+ - this will be the primary source 2. Toshiba RD-XS30 HDD/DVD recorder. We use this for archiving stuff off Sky+ that we want to keep, so we obviously need to display the menu's but PQ is not too important as we don't use it for playback 3. Pioneer XV-DV515 integrated DVD player/5.1 amp 4. Cheapo VCR - again PQ unimportant. Currently VCR is linked to Tosh by composite SCART for dumping tapes over to DVD-r. At present my TV has 2 SCART in, S-Video, Composite and UHF - so all bases are covered. But with the PW7 I'm gonna be limited, so I need some suggestions from you cable monkeys! Here's the cheapest solution I've come up with that I think might work: 1. Buy the panny with the free S-video/composite board 2. Buy a JS VGA converter 3. Connect Sky+ to the TV via S-video 4. Connect Sky+ to the Tosh via Scart 5. Connect the Tosh to the TV via Composite 6. Connect the VCR to the Tosh via Scart (will also allow pass-thru to TV) 7. Connect the DVD to the TV via the JS box/VGA input BUT I'm a bit concerned about my primary source (Sky+) going to the panny on S-video as it seems a bit daft to ignore that RGB Scart option. Also, I don't know if the panny S-video/composite board can have both lots of connectors in use at once? Finally (sorry to go on!) - can I only add one board to the panny or could I add a second? If I could add two, then perhaps a component board for Sky+ and DVD by S-video might be a better option? Please help I'm going doolally!!