This reminds me of something - the last time I ordered the Scart plugs from tme I couldn't use them, because the plastic was very brittle and smelt weird. Looks like your Scart is brittle, too?the case broke when reassembling, so definitely it would be very nice to cut a few milimeters from the pcb, at least for these connectors from tme.eu.
One tip I can offer... Use two thin plastic cards (such as a credit card etc) to evenly space and centre the PCB between the scart pins. One card rests on the bottom between the topside of the bottom row of scart pins and the underside of the PCB - for the top row only place the card half way along the scart pins to keep some exposed for soldering. Solder down one pin, check alignment, if okay then proceed with a few more and then remove the top card and finish off. Once the top is soldered and it's secure, remove the bottom card and finish off soldering.Was it difficult to solder the PCB to the Scart contacts? When I order these, I'll likely choose 2mm thick PCBs.
At the left of the HAS logo in the photo and upwards the "by RGB" text.That looks fantastic.
Where does a few mm need to be trimmed?