I am considering building a screen for a small condo setup. I have been following Jim Mueller's build and this thread with great interest and have begun working out details for my own.
There are some constraints. First, the screen will sit in front of our everyday plasma and must have the ability to be broken down and stored away when not in use. Second, although I would go the wall hook route similar to Jim and easily patch up the holes when we move, my gf is shooting down the idea. So instead, my screen will be a free standing, collapsible wooden frame with hooks along the inside perimeter.
The thing I am having trouble wrapping my head around is how big the frame needs to be. If I am shooting for a 100" screen, should I cut the milliskin to 49" x 87" and stretch it onto a frame with larger inside dimensions, say, 59" x 97"?
My always evolving setup | Samsung PN64H5000 Plasma | Sony STR-DH800 AVR | Energy Take Classic 7.2 | Comcast X1 | PS4 | Panasonic DMP-BD60