In USB LoaderGX's individual "Game Load" settings there's an area with Nintendont settings. The first two options are "Video Mode" and "Progressive Patch". I usually change my "Video Mode" settings (for the games that don't natively run in 480p) to "Force NTSC480p". That one setting seems to do the trick, it prevents the sides of my non-480p games from getting cropped off, and the games actually look better, as if they're being upscaled. I guess my question is... What is the "Progressive Patch" need for? Is one of these Progressive settings more compatible than the other when it comes to getting games to running correctly? Also what is Force Widescreen for? I turned it ON and the edges of my 480i games were still being cropped off.