Retroarch is generally considered to be the best emulator on the Wii, and it arguably is - improved cores that provide the fastest speeds. The only emulator on the Wii to run Yoshi Island with no framedrops, for example. I've noticed that it does have some strange rendering inaccuracies. Maybe because of the speed hacks? They're not always overly-visible, but I'll try to demonstrate some that I've encountered. Here are some examples. I apologise for the poor quality of the videos, they were recorded on my phone! Hopefully the demonstrate the issues though. Donkey Kong Country In the video recorded from Retroarch, look at the pre-rendered yellow floor. You can see that it actually breaks up on Retroarch. Very slightly, but visible to the naked eye. Retroarch seems to not handle the pre-rendered images very well. In Snes9x GX this does not happen, despite the Snes9x Next core being based on Snes9x GX. Retroarch (Donkey Kong Country) Snes 9x GX (Donkey Kong Country) Power Rangers - The Movie This is the MegaDrive/Genesis version. In Retroarch, you can see that some of the background layers flicker very slightly as the character moves. Very slight, but enough to be visible and distracting. This does not happen in Genesis Plus GX, as demonstrated in the video. Retroarch (Power Rangers - The Movie) Genesis Plus GX (Power Rangers - The Movie) Presumably this is a bug in Retroarch itself, as Retroarch's Genesis and Snes cores are based on Genesis Plus GX and Snes9x GX, albeit with speed tweaks. In general, Retroarch is the preferred emulator because it has speed tweaks that makes chip-enhanced games play full speed. However, the above bugs in the video rendering arguably makes the original emulators preferable except when playing these speed increased titles. Thoughts? I'm not just posting these to complain or nitpick, just to make people aware of the problems.