Out of curiosity, have you tried resetting all scanline settings to default? This was one of my preferred recommendations to reduce moire over fake scanlines - which is a sort of last resort. You may not notice it but apart from the obvious moire pattern, the half of the image with the fake scanlines looks lower resolution that the half without. It’s particularly noticeable on all of the edges of the SCE logo and the text. Compare the edges of the tops and bottoms of the letters in both sides.
I really hope there’s a better way to get rid of the moire pattern.
Things like increasing opposite direction downsampling blur, decreasing horizontal sharpness and turning deconvergence on might also help. Also reducing the mask strength even more. The more diffused and less defined and pronounced the mask and scanlines are, the less likely or less the moire effect should be.
From a distance it seems as if this curvature is causing you to have to send my presets back into the dark ages. Lol, i.e. They seem to be moving in the opposite direction of my recent developments. Things that I took out, one by one are being added.
This is not a complaint by the way, just an observation. Everyone is free to customize their presets to suit their tastes as well as their usage scenarios. I’m merely pointing out the irony of it all.