If you have an older TV, then the GOUT is perfectly suited for such
While it is true that the flaws of the GOUT are tougher to make out watching in 480i on a 4:3 crt (which I currently still use), numerous problems are quite evident, most notably the aliasing and shake issues. The notion that people who don't yet have HD displays have no business with these improved and cleaned up versions is a pretty condescending thing to say, frankly.
Now obviously I would prefer the subtitles not to be cropped by overscan, but I am prepared to accept that if need be, if complete authenticity requires it. (It's not like I don't know what the lines are, anyway.) I can't remember whether the current subtitles have been horizontally adjusted or not.
On another topic, the preliminary edits for Jedi's 5.1 are finished. I just need to listen to a test file and make any further tweaks as needed, and it will be good to go.