The retina, as everyone knows, has choppy rendering when scrolling around the screen, thanks to the machine underperforming (probably because the hardware simply can't render all the pixels as smoothly as the older Macbook Pros with fewer pixels). My understanding is that the machine creates some sort of dividing of pixels so that the original retina display - which is almost impossible to view - becomes a copy of a 1400 display and easier to read (and very crisp). If one chooses a scaled resolution, say 1600, isn't the dividing of pixels fewer than the retina? That is, the crispness becomes slightly less as the resolution starts moving closer to the native resolution. Logically, wouldn't that make the choppiness less? (At native resolution, there is no choppiness.) Or am I wrong?