Currently I have composite and s-video for all my retro systems hooked up to a floor model CRT. It looks great but the tv is in the living room and technically isn't mine to begin with. currently in my room I have a 19" crt with mono sound on the floor that used to be my main gaming tv (even had the ps3 hooked upto it sigh...) but now I have a 32" lcd and quite frankly, the old systems don't look to hot on it. I remember hearing somewhere you can use SCART and marry it to a component RGB connection for just about every system but the original nes to get the best possible picture out of them. I was hoping someone could steer me in the right direction (links to buy products) to help me out in getting a credible retro gaming experience on an hdtv. so far I found these two cables from play asia for the snes/n64 and the ps1. are they any good? http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-kj-49-en-70-64.html snes http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-f-49-en-70-7f.html psone what I need to find now is the SCART cable for the genesis 2, a 3 way SCART splitter with the ability to output sound via RCA cables, and a SCART to RGB component converter. any and all suggestions will be more than welcome. TLDR: want to marry SCART on retro consoles to a component RGB so I can play on LCD HDTV.