Could be early impressions but I don't really like how the new HDRP bloom filter unsharpens the whole image. I know the new filter is supposed to be more physically accurate but I struggle to find proper use for it as is. It can look "passable" with really modest values but it still makes the whole image worse even in places where bloom effect wasn't needed. Only when you dial down the intensity down to 0.1, it doesn't notably destroy the sharpness elsewhere. Basically the intensity applies this constant blur effect almost in linear fashion on over the whole frame. So obviously the "unsharpen/blur" effect it creates at max value is less noticeable on lesser values. To demonstrate this, here's gif with different bloom intensities with default scatter value of 0.7: here's the intensity 0.0 and 0.5 with scatter value of 0.7 zoomed in to 250%: and here are two video clips: first one shows how the bloom works with scatter set to 0.0 and 1.0 and for comparison, second one shows how the bloom worked on 2018.3 with old PPv2 Old setup let you control the glow effect way easier without blurring the whole image, is there anything that could be done to improve this aspect on PPv3? PS. for people wondering about 5.3.0, it's currently on github and staging.