Welcome to AVS's DIY Screen Forum ! Always good to have another stalwart DIY'er come in from La La Land.
Sacramento eh? Close to Stockton...my old stompin' grounds. ('82-'84 )
Well the first thing you have to accept is that in 3D mode, the HD33's lumen output will drop precipitously. (ie: A Lot! ) Combine that with a goodly sized screen (134") *and* basically unrestricted ambient light, and your priority just has to change to allow for effective window coverings...or a restriction to viewing most content in the evening.
S-I-L-V-E-R is the way to go for 3D if your viewing conditions are under control. If not, standard RS-MaxxMudd would come in second. There are a few other considerations, one being Silver Fire 1.0
that will work well once you do in fact have sufficient control over "Sunlight" induced ambient light. It doesn't have the gain of S-I-L-V-E-R, but it does have considerably more "ambient light" performance.
Otherwise, excepting watching in very subdued lighting...or in the dark, your overall performance isn't going to be nearly what you hope or expect.
Stark reality talking here.....and it's not all gloom & doom if you simply readjust your thinking just a little.
As for all the rest, we can address your needs as they come to bear, and it's in your favor that your not rushing to get it done in time for Super Sunday.
One thing you might consider is looking at other PJ alternatives in the meanwhile. Just say'in.