While your intentions are probably well-meant, the logic behind them seems a bit flawed.
When a form of media is presented to you in a certain resolution, that is the resolution it is meant to be enjoyed in. Let me explain.
When you see a picture and zoom it, it does not magically “clear up” like it does in CSI. Take for example, these two images of my icon.
This is the normal picture of my icon. It is small, because the resolution is meant to be viewed at this size.
Now lets say I, like you, “zoom” into the picture. This is what happens.
Do you see what happened? The “quality” seemed to go down, merely by making it bigger. I’m sorry you seem to be having issues with zooming in, and on some TVs it may seem a bit smoother. However, in the end, the result is the same. You will always (especially in cartoons and various other animation) have issues with “zooming” in.
You could download 100 different illegal copies of the same anime, and yet you would still have the same result. At least by subscribing, you’re giving back to the artists and writers that have given you so much joy and entertainment. By streaming, all you’re doing is giving money (yes… giving money. By going to their websites. They have adds on their sites which give them money every time they get a hit from a user) to people who don’t support the industry.
Fans keep the heart of anime alive, but it will die if fans don’t give back as well.
I hope this post helps.