I dunno if you know this but I see that the switch has a option for 480P output when used on tv. Why is beyond me since the device works with HDMI only and that means only HDTV will have the proper input for it and most likely have 720P support or above. So It just sat there in my mind for very long time as to why it's a option? So I'm asking anyone if they know a good reason to use it. One thing, I did try it just to see... well why the heck not. At first I noticed people complaining about performance issues so I figured if 480P would change that, but it does not. Why did I think that? Well cause it does on a computer so it "COULD" elsewhere. Second I just tried it for the sake of trying it, wanted to know if my eyes can see a difference. I wear glasses to see distances clearly, and yes I can notice a difference in graphics. That's it. And so leads me to asking this question to you people. 480P is "OBJECTIVELY" worst than 720P and I can't see why any modern game console with HDMI would have option for something lower and TV supporting it would have 720P or above anyway. Why someone in these conditions would use 480P either is also what I wonder. Now I'm not saying you shouldn't do it, cause if you like it then it's fine. No problem if that is the case, but I'm more curious about why since the conditions for playing games in HD is most likely met already. Playstation 4 also has the same situation with only supporting HDMI output and it doesn't go lower than 720P which seem to make sense. So if you think I'm just don't understand, well by all means teach me a lesson cause I'm listening.