Since our twins were born back in November, the wife and I have realized that we don't get a chance to get out as much as we used to. So, as a result, we decided to do some upgrades to our home theatre system. Over the weekend we purchased a Sony Wega 46" Widescreen LCD Projection HDTV, along with an HD Receiver (with PVR), and a nice new wireless router for the Wii (still debating about blue-ray and a surround sound system, but they'll have to wait until next payday!). Anyway, I also purchased the Wii HD AV Component Cables (the one with the 5 connections vs the standard AV cables with 3). I've also gone through the Wii settings and changed it to the 480p output, as well as changing the aspect ratio to 16:9 to match the new widescreen TV. However, I am still having a problem with the graphics on the Wii not looking as good as I think they should (IE, not any better than my on my old 27" tube TV that was nearly 14 years old!). The two main examples are: 1) While playing Wii Sports Bowling, the curves on the pins don't look smooth, but jagged, especially when they are shown close up on the replay. 2) I downloaded Donkey Kong Country from the Wii VC and the graphics look even worse. I know they were ahead of their time back in 1994, especially for the SNES, and I figured they would have been at least on par with their original display performance; but they are very jagged and pixilated, especially during the between levels portion when moving from level to level (it is hard to even make out the character that is moving). I like the TV, and the picture from the HD receiver is what I expected (and, SD channels don't look to terrible when you take into account they are SD, and not HD), but I would like to find a way to get it to work with the Wii a bit better. I've gone over the Wii tech forums and posed the same question. Since their techs will probably tell me it is a TV issue and that they don't trouble shoot them, I figured I would ask here as well. Any thoughts?