I'm wondering why the video quality, not graphical quality looks better from my consoles than my PC does when pumping it through my TV. I've got Nin 64, Playstation 1 and Dreamcast. I've had many older systems like Super NES, NES and even Colecovision and Atari 2600. I've had two video cards with TV-out. The first being Voodoo Rush and my current card being Hercules Geforce DDR-DVI. I have a 50 inch big screen, a 20 inch Mitsubishi and an Amiga 1084 monitor which has the best visual quality for allowing standard video input. On all three of those display units, the video consoles have crisper output and straighter alignment. When I use my PC on any of those 3 displays, the output tends to be washed out, the colors are sometimes at poor intensities, and the biggie the output does not have very good alignment. Often one side is slightly bent. Another downside is the consoles display to fill the entire screen, but my PC will have black borders on all sides. I've tried different resolutions, changing intensity levels, and other little tricks, but I can't really get great output. I've even tried the S-video output, which looks no better than standard RCA. Occasionally I'll find a PC game that does look good on my 50 incher (POD racing looks fantastic, probably because the speed helps blur things). I'm wondering this, also because I might get a DVD-ROM and I'd like the output to fill the full screen of my TV. Also, do the M-PEG cards have better output to TV than my card? And yes, I've heard ATI cards have fantastic TV output, but I'm sticking with Nvidia for now. Just curious if anyone knows anything about this.