Bought an RGB Scart lead for the Wii for around £5.50, but was disappointed that it definitely wasn't RGB, and it had terrible ghosting. So I returned it and bought this. Not only is this still far cheaper than the official RGB Scart cable (£7.99 at time of purchase), but it has an important feature that hasn't been mentioned anywhere - it has a composite run-off block. This is useful for two reasons:
- You can use an external speaker system instead of your TV's speakers, and still get RGB picture quality. Particularly useful for those with smaller mono TVs who want stereo sound.
- You can use it on a TV that has composite ports without digging out the composite cable from the Wii box (provided there is a spare composite -> composite lead somewhere, which there almost always is).
This is true RGB and provides the best picture quality possible from your Wii if you don't have component ports that support progressive scan on your TV. Vast improvement over the bundles composite cables, and far cheaper than the official cables.