I ordered an All to HDMI box to convert my video signals to, well, HDMI. For a few years I was using a VGA box to do the conversions. The VGA device gave good results but the video quality from 8-Bit game systems was really poor for my tastes. The HDMI box however, treats everything right. My Atari 2600's video is crisp with no sign of inter-layer fuzz. However, I also have an Intensity Shuttle which I still plan on using when I sort out all of my video signal woes. The Shuttle does not like 8- or certain 16-bit game systems. My theory is that the chroma subchannel in the video signals is dorking with the video processor. The work will be covered on my project site, so stay tuned.