On systems like Nintendo 64 and PSX, I get horrible aliasing staircase stuff on everything, stuff as simple as just the picture that is the title of the game on the title screen. Any text is hard to read because of aliasing. How can the programming be so bad that things like text looks bad? I don't have this problem with newer systems like XBox and PS2, all text looks nice and crisp. Is the problem with the older systems just because my HDTV has so many more lines of resolution and the image is being forced to stretch, like if you take a JPG on the computer and magnify it? If so, that stinks. That means that N64 and PSX look better on a worse television.