Hello! Long time reader, recent registerer and first time poster!, looking for a few pointers!. I realise most of this has been asked before but, please indulge me as i cant quite find what i am looking for through searching! OK, I have a sanyo Z1.... and here is my problem. I have an Xbox (rgb scart output) I have a Philips Dvd player (also rgb output) a random freeview box (regular scart not rgb) all hooked up at the moment to a three to one (rgb enabled) scart switching box and into my tv (i have to turn rgb off to watch the freeview, thats how i know its not rgb enabled). Now as a temporary mesure i have my projector plugged into the composite output on my scart switcher. it works, but i know it could work better because composite is not utilising rgb.. and is generally pants. Now, here is where you guys come in. Do i: a) get an (rgb)scart-component video converter box (output from the switch) and run the xbox and dvd through that and into the projector (with the freeview still going through composite.. i am not fussed about the picture quality of this) if so where can i get one of these and how much am i looking at (I found a couple at £100+, just wondering if this is the price or if i am looking in thewrong place) b) get an (rgb)scart - vga box (which i beleve will do interlacing and change the resolution? (correct me if i am wrong)) and do the same as above, hooking the vga into the projector for the xbox and the dvd anc composite for the freeview (now i have found these boxes ranging from £39 for one for an xbox off a console site to again £100+.. help!) or finally C) do it all through Svideo (i do not know the ogistics of this, except it will probably be cheaper. D) something comepletely diferent you fool, none of your three other ideas will work Thanks in advance for your time helping me out Eddie -edit- forgot to ask - will running my xbox through a vga converter and into my projector increse/reduce quality?... same question with component really, though as far as i am aware only a vga box will boost the resolution.