Grrrr. I've just set up a new TV and A/V system (shiny new LCD telly! woohoo!) and have run into a problem with the Wii. It doesn't seem to do SCART switching properly. I've got my Sky+ satellite DVR connected via RGB SCART to the TV's RGB-capable SCART. Since its other SCART socket is composite-only, plugging the Wii into that isn't an option. So instead I've plugged the Wii into the Sky+'s 'VCR' SCART socket. The Sky+ box honours the switch signal on its VCR SCART socket, which means that it'll switch over to the input when the device connected is turned on. So, it should work like this: turn on the Sky+ box and the TV will turn to its SCART input and show the Sky+ signal. Turning on the Wii will cause the Sky+ box to pass the Wii signal through to the TV. Turning off the Wii should then cause the Sky+ box to switch back to showing its own signal. However, putting the Wii into standby doesn't cause it to turn off its switching signal, so the Sky+ continues to show the Wii output (a blank screen). Turning the Wii completely off by holding the power button (the standby LED goes red) does turn off the switching signal, however that means WiiConnect24's disabled. Has anyone else noticed this? I wonder if it's something Nintendo could fix via a firmware update. At the moment, I'm getting by with unplugging the AV cable from the back of the Wii, but that kinda ruins the ability to turn the Wii on and off via the remote!