Alright, so I've read through the forums a lot about how the macbook pro with retina display does not look very good in windows 7 without making the resolution 2880 x 1800, and creating a DPI scaling of 2x. That's fine and all, but in order to optimize FPS in a game (like tera, or any other graphically intense game) it's best to keep a lower resolution that emphasizes clarity and performance. In my opinion, the old macbook pro model that had a 1440 x 900 resolution in windows 7 had great clarity and performance (FPS).I don't want to run a graphically intense game at 1920 x 1080 because there are too many pixels, which reduces frame-rate and performance in a game. I want to recreate 1440 x 900 resolution quality that the old MBP utilized on this on this newer model with retina display. Unfortunately from what I have read, there is no (easily found/done) solution to this as windows 7 doesn't scale the pixels correctly. (Forgive me for my lack of knowledge in this department, I just want to make this model of MBPr work the best it can.) According to forum posts I have read, the windows operating system creates a bilinear filter in the 1440 x 900 resolution that creates a very soft and fuzzy image. I assume this is the problem in recreating the old MBP resolution with clarity while running bootcamp? Anyways, I was wondering if there is ANY way to make the resolution at 1440 x 900 look as clear and sharp as the old MBP model. One thing I read also is that the problem is a software error, meaning that there has to be a solution out there somewhere! Please post if you have any knowledge regarding what type of software can fix this issue, or any solutions. I would very much so appreciate this as I am a bit distressed and bummed out that this new model of MBP with retina display is technically running games less efficently than the older models in bootcamp.