Hey Guys, I did some research and this might be interesting for anyone from the US who are into retrogaming and prefer CRT TVs over flatscreens for that purpose: Since there are no TVs with RGB/Scart input available in the US and here in Europe the last remaining CRTs are dirt cheap and easy to get I looked up the shipping costs, did some calculations and also can give y'all some tipps. A LOT of game consoles output RGB via Scart-cable out of the box, older systems may need a simple mod for this purpose. Shipping with DHL for a 60*60*60cm package (max 31,5 kilos) is 89 euro (app. 110 USD). Good CRT-TVs that I can recommend: 21-inch is 55 cm diagonal picture-size. That's a great size especially for snes, md or neogeo. Also it's managable (around 20 kilos of weight) JVC AV-21KM3BN (black) JVC AV-21KM3SN (silver) I have several ones of these myself they produce an excellent picture they can handle NTSC as well needs 220V, so you'll need a transformer (http://www.dvdoverseas.com/store/index.html?loadfile=catalog6_0.html) 85 Watts/h super-easy accessible service-menu for picture-shifting and geometry settings menu-language switchable to english SONY KV-X2101D awesome RGB picture NTSC compatible also needs 220V service-menu for picture-shifting and geometry settings TVs like these are sold used for 10-50 euros. Let's summarize the costs: 30.- TV 89,- Shipping 30,- Voltage Transformer 10,- Scart RGB cable for your retro console ---------------------- 159 euros (approx. 197 USD) This is only a recomandation. All I can say is that RGB is the ultimate picture for retro-consoles. I'm totally willing to help anyone to get an RGB-enabled TV, I don't want your money, go spend it on stuff like this because it's worth it.