That's a good question Rich. What I mean is that to get the super smooth motion of a genuine 120Hz TV, you need to run a game at preferably 100+FPS. Cheaper monitors and TVs are sometimes really 60Hz but use simulated 120Hz like the SVP Smooth Video software does. They can take regular 60FPS and interpolate it to make it look almost like real 120Hz. This means less performance demand to get the effect. It also means I can have it work in concert with my software, and be even smoother. The downside is that it's not quite as good as real 120Hz and requires tweaking. The upside is that it can enhance 60FPS content universally, which isn't always an option on real 120Hz TVs. Many real ones require the 24FPS signal from a Bluray player directly decoding video, to do their enhancement, or a real 120FPS signal.