Okay, so having started two threads on projectors and done a great deal of research on the topic to help me buy my first projector, I've discovered an issue that at first I thought would be a minor projector issue, but turns out to be a big problem for many people - that is, the problem of connecting a scart RGB output from a DVD player or digibox to a projector (or sometimes TV), that only accepts component, RGBHV, RGBS or RGsB. I've seen a lot of threads all over the internet about this issue, but with very few solutions. This is obviously a big problem in Eurpoe, where scart RGB is very common, but componment and other forms of RGB syncs are not. So, I thought I'd start a thread where everyone who has experienced this problem can talk about it, and hopefully we'll get an idea of where the situation lies at the moment, and what the possible solutions are. So, is it worth getting a convertor to convert scart RGB into one of the formats you need? Or is the quality loss after conversion so much, that it's not worth it? What convertors exist? Am I right in thinking scart RGB -> YUV are the most common and cheaper? Is the difference between RGB and YUV small enough that this solution will be fine? Are there other ways you can get the picture to synchronize? For example, my TV has a habit of taking the RGB from the scart and sync from the composite sometimes (by accident I think, though!). Are there any projectors that do things like this, so that we can exploit it? Or should we just admit defeat and use S-Video? How does S-Video generally look on a projector, compared to RGB/YUV? I know it's an issue that's slowly going away as HDMI moves in as the standard connection, but I'd still like a solution in the meantime for SD DVD players and digiboxes. (And I'd be especially interested in hearing from BENQ PE7700 owners, because that's the one I'm looking at ).