I don't think that moiré and aliasing can be fixed by using the 1080p - just try to view one frame from the 1080@20 video, it has the same problems as 720p. Those problems could have been fixed by a low-pass filter inserted in front of the sensor which blurs the light from lens to fit exactly the pixel grid used for 1080p recording.
Also, it was Coutts I think, who has told it to me, but the 1080p is probably an upscaled video of width about 1400px, I don't remember the exact measure.
Anyway, great work, Ulysses! :-)