For the last several years I've always used the Vector 2D display option for the basic OSD using a single color. I just finally let my system update to the Fall Creators Update last night, and now that option is completely broken. The different catagories are no longer aligned to the left, so the info being displayed for my GPU, Memory, FPS and CPU are all out of whack. Now it's aligning everything to the right, so for numbers with 2 digits or 3 digits, that digit on the right is aligned instead of the first digit on the left. It looks terrible. Also, when specifically using the 7.0.0 Final, when using the Vector 2D, the font is super squished and tiny. Very difficult to read. Trying to use the zoom function doesn't work correctly as the slider only stops in stages, and the next size up is massive. When using the 7.0.0 Beta, the font size is correct, but the alignment is still off from what it used to be. Also, the font spacing for information from the same source, such as displaying GPU Temp, Usage, Fan % and Clock Speed, those 4 pieces of information have these massive gaps between them. Which stretches the OSD nearly half way across my monitor. Switching to Raster 3D fixes the font size issue, but introduces a whole new set of problems. It completely ignores the color palette I choose. The legend on the left that says what is being displayed, like "GPU" or "MEM" are all different color. And the worst thing is the actual display for my FPS is in white!!!!!!!!!! Which is impossible to actually see in 99.9999999999999999% of games. Can we PLEASE get the old, simple, all the same color, not spaced out with several inches between each category, OSD that we've had for years???? Here is proof of what I'm talking about. There are two screenshots here and it helps highlight the difference between how it used to look and how it looks now. Yes the second screenshot on the bottom has more pieces of information being tracked, but you can clearly see the massive amount of extra space between all the different things being tracked on the "GPU" line.