You may be absolutely correct, Steven. My terminology isn't correct; when I calculated the paths, I set the line spacing to 10%, which gave me decent (what I thought) resolution. Being an exported image at 300dpi I thought that would have sufficed, but apparently not. Just for an experiment, I resent the logo at 600dpi at size as both a .jpg, .tif and .png, and all had the same results with the same jagged edge. Even reducing the line spacing to 1% still resulted in the exact same thing, so I'm guessing this is just the nature of the beast. I could do an inside vector sweep, but there would be no way to calculate the rise and fall of the different planes, so the overall look would be compromised. I have another to do for this client at three times the size, so I'll have to split up the file and assemble it in pieces... just trying to see if there was a way to get around sanding all the verticals.