OK, I know most people talk about MP3 players and monitors and other electronic goodies here, but this section is closest to what I'm talking about. For school, we've been looking into buying a video board for mixing our vid feeds at things like pep rallys, assemblies, etc. Anyway, our school is privately owned, public operated (school board doesn't own the building but rents it) and as such we have a budget thats about 1/2 that of a public owned building. It's really retarded because the building owners charge us for everything. I'm the Tech. Rep. for our Students' Council, and I can't go another pep rally without at least a decent switchboard, so I'm gonna save us some money and build one for the school myself (charge parts to the school). I've got most of the board designed, except I need to find out what wires do what in an RCA video cable, and how to translate video RCA into VGA. Does RCA break the video up into RGB? if not, does anyone have any ideas on breaking the RCA input up into RGB for the VGA monitor? And no, the school does not have the money to buy a video board or even a switchboard with the features we need. Damn HRSB.