I just bought almost the same thing, but it wasn't made by Parkland Plastics. Was 4x8 in high white with a soft matte surface and designed for making custom shower walls. The matte side works perfect, no hot spots, very smooth, great...great picture. I had a textured wall, so getting the screen flat and square was a royal pain in the butt, but once complete I used 2" plastic baseboards that I painted flat black for a frame. I almost wish I hadn't cut it to a 16:9 ratio for those pesky anamorphic widescreen movies, but I can definately live with it. Have to hook up the bose home 12 today, going to miss that in the living room, but just can't see having my own theatre and using cheap sound. Anyway, the screen was 18.99, and with the trim, paint, and brads, the whole project came to about 45$. A great deal, thanks for all the tips in this forum. The only thing I can add is to have at least 3' level when putting this up and you will save a lot of time dinking with it. Later, and Merry X-mas all.