DCUltrapro wrote:looks nice, and the device allows you to hot swap between the two? you don't have to move plugs around? Any problems with the picture going blue or green randomly?
No display problems. I've hot swapped before while the game was booting up and it was fine. Also hotswapped while in the bios and that worked fine. I'm not sure if hot swapping works after a game is completely loaded ... but if it doesn't work, that would probably be b/c of the game coding rather than the vga adapter. Some of the games that are hard coded to display only in 320x240 such as Airforce Delta, Last Blade 2, KOF DM99, don't work, and also still don't work via forcing or the "swap trick" you can see on the internet in some places, suggesting switching from RCA to VGA while booting up.
No need to move plugs around. On the VGA box, you have a separate plug for VGA out, and for RCA out. There is also an S video out, and a stereo headphone jack out, that you can plug into speakers as well. Plenty of options, though no SCART on mine, probably because it was intended for an NTSC/USA market