I already ordered the FlexiWhite material from Carl's Place the other day and should be in transit by now to NY and soon to the Philippines. Brighter screen is what I am after and can live with a so-so contrast. I have not properly calibrated the HD33, so hopefully contrast will improve after doing so.
@IUnknown, will take note of your method in stretching the screen. How did you attach the material to the frame? I am planning to attach the material on the back side stapled to the frame. But my concern is how to install a center-vertical brace so the frame won't buckle due to tension. Another way is to build a frame with center-vertical brace then staple the material up front, then make a frame (covered with velvet) and attach to the front of the screen/frame assembly. What is the best way to attach the velvet covered frame?
My projector is about 13 ft (missed the calculation earlier) from the screen with the zoom almost max'ed out to project a 120" view. Does zooming cause a decrease in light output or perhaps picture quality? If so, then I will have to reduce the screen size to 110". Where can I get an RS-MaxxMudd Standard paint? Is this product available off the shelf?