I bought the Wii one year ago and refrained myself from prompt buying a component cable or something else. Now that my Wii is fully set up and looking gorgeous is the time to think which way I want to go for displaying the games. At first I thought on buying the recently announced HDMIKey, in this way you can assure two things, no data (image) loss, plus high quality TV res. compliant upscaler. The funny thing is that why would I want to have a clearer image for observing jaggies and pixels? That led me to consider buying...: The SLG 3000, a recently released CRT emulation kit for LCD screens. In this way I can enjoy the Wii in the way it was supposed to be seen. But with the benefits of current generation TVs. It will perfectly work for old pixel based games, and will hide jaggies much better. The problem now is this SLG 3000 just has VGA I/O. What are the current options for outputting VGA from Wii? and what are the problems related to it? I would like to know the opinions if anyone has tested the SLG 3000 with the Wii. Edit: I think I solved it in this thread. My only concern is whether Wii emulators, snes9x, genplus, fceultra,vbagx, etc output at 480p.