As I browse around, I notice that quite a few people have taken "bad" screenshots of Genesis games (by "bad", I mean an image that is not a 1:1 representation of the Genesis display). There's really only one thing you have to do to make perfect screenshots: PLEASE DO NOT TAKE SCREENSHOTS WITH ANY RESIZING OPTIONS OR RENDERING FILTERS, INCLUDING "STRETCH". This causes such things as 320x240 shots with some scanlines vertically doubled, and also things such as interpolation, 2xSAI, hq2x, etc. being applied to the image. If you're going to ask us to critique your hack, please make sure that your screenshots are pixel-perfect. Note: 320x240 screenshots, such as Kega generates, are fine as long as you have 8 lines of black/border on top, and 8 on bottom, although your filesize will be a bit smaller if you crop to 320x224 before uploading. But it's just a pet peeve of mine to see 320x240 screenshots taken with "Stretch" on, since it completely mangles the image. This is not directed at anyone in particular, but rather the entirety of the scene. If you already take perfect screenshots, give yourself a pat on the back. If you don't, please consider doing so, as they tend to look better and take up a minimal filesize. The same basically applies to the 256 pixel screenmode, although if you want you can do a bilinear resize to 320 pixels width in order to create an aspect ratio that is closer to being correct. Or you can leave the image as is and have it be pixel-perfect but wrong aspect.