Wondered why the picture from Xbox via RGB scart is softer than most consoles? With interlaced output (NTSC 480i and PAL 576i), the video encoder chip in the xbox heavily filters the picture to reduce flickering, but if you feed it into a progressive display such as a plasma or LCD (with I/P conversion) this just ends up making the picture look soft. The easiest way to get around this is to use the hdtv component video cable and 480p/720p/1080i output, but some games do not support 480p (some pal games only work in 576i). That is why i'd like to be able to disable the flicker filter, and control the level of filtering. Some emulators have this option so I know it can be controlled with software, but i'd like to be able to turn it off with all games. Some people with interlaced televisions would prefer flickering over a soft picture too. Are there any mod's that can set the default flicker filter level? Thanks.