People who play it on 480i TV sets deserve what they have coming.
Here's my console "fail" stats:
Wii - 2 points where the console froze, 1 time where the Wii Remotes wouldn't sync and I had to turn it off and back on.
360 - 3 points (within 5 minutes) where the console froze
PS3 - 1 time where the controllers wouldn't sync and I had to turn it off and back on, in addition to connecting them to the cables, a couple of times where the controllers wigged out during a game (though, I have about 10 bluetooth things in my room (some on, some off), so I that could be attributable).
So... Each system has it's flaws. I don't have one single thing in the composite inputs on my TV. Everything is component or higher. My PS3 is on HDMI, my 360 is on component, my Wii is on component, 100% working video on all with no issues. Might I remind everyone about the people with HDTVs that can't see virtual console games? Perhaps I should post a thread on the PS3 forums about that in the Wii sections? What about the fact that some aftermarket GameCube controllers aren't working with virtual console games? Rapid fire?
I mean come on. Everything is going to have some sorts of issues. Give it a rest. If you buy a $600 console, you should have a TV with at least component inputs if not HDMI -- plain and simple. I sure as hell wouldn't play a console intended for high definition on a standard definition screen. As matter of fact, I don't even like playing the Wii at 480p, let alone 480i. I don't know how some of you do it. Yes, it's about gameplay but... 480i? Get with the times!