I wonder if anyone in this Forum could give me some advice on buying a new television set. This will be my first widescreen tele. A 28inch model will be quite sufficient for our living room. The only widescreen set I have watched through several programs is that which my son has. His is a Thomson 28WR25. The picture on my sons set was very good indeed. But he was getting his signal off cable, whereas mine will be by aerial from terrestrial transmissions. Prices vary, but at around £270 this set seems to have everything I need at near enough my price. I have sought out this set online and found it at Comet where comprehensive specifications are listed. Here I learn that the set has two SCART sockets and that one of these is an RGB SCART socket. Looking at the specs for other sets offered I find many state that, although the sets have two and sometimes three SCART sockets, an RGB SCART socket is not available. Both my current VCR and DVD player are connected to my, now 15 year old tele, by SCART cables, through a SCART connecting box. The DVD player manual refers to its SCART cable as carrying an RGB signal. Would I be correct in assuming that those television sets which do not have RGB SCART sockets cannot take signals from my existing DVD player and VCR by SCART cables? Most TVs offered by Comet have an S-video socket as does my DVD player. But I will still need a usable SCART connection (RGB?) from my VCR. I cannot afford a new VCR as well as a tele! Any comments and recommendations will be much appreciated.