Is there a specific point size range (e.g. anything above 30-40pt.), generally speaking, in which TrueType hinting is unnecessary for excellent rendering on screens that typically require TT hinting?
I vaguely recall reading something on Typekit about how TT hinting at large sizes on-screen can actually produce jagged outlines/rendering, and Postscript hinting is preferred as the outlines render much smoother.
I've seen plenty of typefaces that have a 'suggested use' at either Medium or Large sizes, and am curious if at larger sizes TT hinting is still critical to its optimal rendering on said screens.