Originally Posted by Turran
Problem is that you need to be an expert on monitors and resolutions to get the picture you want.
I managed to get a semi good picture a year ago. Not touching it again. Software is a piece of crap IMO
That's not entirely fair. It's isn't particularly user friendly to begin with but with some reading through the existing threads on this forum from when it was released, coupled with some trail and error, you can get you some workable results quite quickly. The config actually does exactly what it's supposed to with little fuss once you understand how it works. You have to remember to install the relevant monitor drivers (Superplus for example) and tweak the overscan settings in prefs iot get things working. You also need to check what resolutions and refresh rates your monitor supports.
There are some examples and some photos in this thread which may help