Hi Guys, I noticed this was biefly mentioned on a certain thread here, but no one seemed to have a solution. I recently purchased the HD Retrovision cables, which convert the Snes' RGB signal into component, and I tried it on 4 of my console revisions, with mixed results. The revisions I have are: - My SNS-CPU-APU-01 revision produces a "grainy" image on RGB - My SNS-CPU-RGB-02 revision produces a diagonal pattern on the screen - My SNS-CPU-1CHIP-01 and my SHVC-CPU-01 revisions on the other hand, produce a crystal clear image. A youtuber recently made an unrelated video regarding power issues causing signal interference on his Snes through S-Video, however, when he fixed it, the same diagonal patterns I am seeing were visible on his screen, though I'm not sure wether he was aware of it. You can review the pattern on his video, look on the "good power" version of his images, on full screen HD resolution on a large TV, and you will notice the diagonal patterns: I was suggested by Ste from Retrovision that this is a design flaw inherent to these 2 revisions, and to try modding them with the RGB bypass fix from retrorgb (which uses a THS7314 Amp), as explained on the link: http://retrorgb.com/snes1chip.html, however, there is no guarantee that this will work, and I have no soldering skills to test it myself. Has anyone modded an APU or an RGB revision with this fix? does it clean out the signal noise? if so,let me know, I will greatly appreciate it.