I have always been obsessed with Commodore products. When I was 5 my dad gave me his old at the time C64 and since then I have been hooked. Currently I have a C64 with a rear Admiral Thunderdrive and ethernet card, a C128 (was new in box still sealed, kinda felt bad about opening it up) and an Amiga 500. These machines are all a good 8-10 years older than I am but I still use them all and do the bulk of my homework assignments on them. Theres something fun about turning in a paper printed on a dot matrix printer and seeing the reaction of the professor. Now for the technical question that has been bothering me for quite a while. I have been trying to connect the C64 and C128 to a vga monitor via s-video. I am using a homemade cable with the resistor fix on the chroma line and a s-video to vga converter box from ebay with somewhat decent results. My issue is that even after trying to styles of converter boxes the top 1' of screen seems to be for a lack of a good discription bending or twitching to the right. It's almost like its shifting the whole top 1" to the right and it is making it somewhat irritating to use. I have read a lot online about the signal output being somewhat non standard but it is basically s-video. Any ideas about this? Is there a fix or is this just something I will have to live with if I want to use an actual lcd vga monitor. On the C64 it is the 8 pin output and for the monitor I have tried both an IBM and a Dell monitor with the same issue. Thanks in advance for the help! This has been an awesome project to play with even with this small issue.