141WaveBoyTue 14th Aug 2012 Using a good HDMI Adapter for the wii in comparison to component is quite the step up i must say. SSB Brawl looked pretty damn amazing on my 42" Panasonic Plasma. Judging by 4:3/full screen because for the millionth time wii games look a lot better in their normal 640x480 aspect ratio, the hdmi cable provided a brighter picture, and PQ was more crisp,clear and the details seemed more pronounced and it was almost like the picture had a bit more depth to it. Maxing the sharpness out on my TV and setting it accordingly made my Wii games look absolutely phenomenal. gorgeous looking stuff...Metroid Prime 3, Super Mario galaxy, Kirby's Epic Yarn ect ect. The downside to this particular hdmi adapter is that even though it makes the colors richer, some of them are innacurate...it turns greens to a limey green color and there is a ton of green color crushing going on, plus certain types of blues appear purpilish. ya, you can knock down the color in PQ settings but the green crushing only goes away once the colors look washed out and that just doesn't fly with me. But eh, I'm back to my 32" Tube tv because i can't deal with the 2+ frames of input lag that my Panasonic has going on....Breaks the experience for me, which is a shame because it provides one hell of an amazing picture...Tube TV looks good via component, but it doesn't have progressive scan, a flat screen, as good as a color gamut 'or' hdmi connection resultings in a good but not 'amazing' picture that my panny easily provides. Still need to find a 50" 1 frame/16ms-24ms capable set. I've got two in mind, and i have 4 months until the Wii U hits so there's no real rush...yet. XP Edited on Tue 14th August, 2012 @ 07:25 by WaveBoy Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game 80's Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!