Hi, I own a Uk ps2 aswell as a US one. My tv is a Philips 32" 100hz widescreen which has 2 scart sockets (one of which is RGB compatible) and an S-video socket but its not a HDTV so no component socket I use an rgb scart cable (which was originaly bought for the Ps1) for the Uk ps2. It's pretty basic; no gold plated connectors. I use a Joytech gold plated RGB scart lead for the US ps2 which was bought for £6.99 from play.com ( http://www.play.com/play247.asp?searchtype=PS2&searchstring=scart&page=search&Go.x=0&Go.y=0 ) I want to upgrade the cables used to connect the ps2s to my tv and would greatly appreciate some help. I would prefer to use an S-video lead because this would fix the off-centre picture frame problem associated with using ps2 scart leads. The best ps2 s-video lead I have come across is the "Monster Gamelink 300" lead.( Anyone know any site that can deliver this lead to europe?) The best RGB scart lead i have come across is the IXOS XPP01: http://www.audiovisualonline.co.uk/...high-end-playstation-cable-xpp01/display.html Which of these 2 leads do you think would give better picure quality for games? Or do you know of any other high quality ps2 scart or s-video leads?( I'm not interested in dvd playback quality as i have a dvd player) If you think i shoud go for an S-video lead, could you direct me to a good quality 3-way S-video switcher? if you think i should go for the rgb scart, what do you think of using the following scart switch box: http://www.cableuniverse.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=63&products_id=904 ? Thanks for taking the time to read such a long post!