On August the 4th, I received in the mail the component cable for the Nintendo GameCube. I want to use this cable so compatible games would be shown in progressive-scan. I put "Super Smash Bros. Melee," a progressive-compatible game on the GameCube and followed the directions to enable progressive-scan mode, but I disturbed that even though the picture quality is an improvement over S-video, I still see the "jaggies" that are typical of interlaced games. They are more evident in highly detailed stages like "Kongo Jungle," even though I have the deflicker enabled. Even with the disappointment, it seems that characters look much better in progressive-scan mode. I have an HDTV-ready TV that accepts progressive-scan signals, but what could be causing the jaggies to appear, even with the deflicker enabled? Is it had to do with the GameCube hardware, or something else? Any helpful explanation is appreciated.