Roundovers didn't worry me too much for laminate. I think if you get the thin stuff, you can wrap it around those some way. I believe my uncle knows how to do it and may still have the equipment. I have no idea how it's done myself, but I guess it's just like a rounded counter top? But then again, I didn't ask him for any help and figured he may loan the needed tools if I went that route. Maybe it's harder than I think, I've only done square and flat laminate work.....so I'm far from a pro.
Having said that, I got a few pieces of laminate, and each one shined a bit too much right next to the screen. Keep in mind, these boxes are literally lining the side of screen. None worked. Bummer.
Sooooo, here's what I have been waiting on (until today). I went to a fabric store and a nice old lady started to help me. I told her what I was doing and she recommended covering it with a black fleece material. No problem. But she didn't like the idea of gluing it on and seeing seams on the edges. So she said she could sew the side on to make sort of a "sock" to slide over them. I didn't want to put all the subs in the boxes only to take everything out once the covers were done. I was in waiting.
She made a couple short prototypes just to check if the square side would fit.
It looked really nice, so I said "go with it". She made one final production unit and I picked it up an hour ago. Started sliding it on and it looked excellent, really nice fit. BUT, it came up to 3" too short on the damn box! Fabric clearly said 60" wide and my boxes are 60" wide. And this stuff stretches a bit too. I don't know what the deal is.
So I have to call her later and give the news. It's a shame because I have the wiring done and the screw holes drilled. They are ready and waiting!
You guys were right, I did jinx myself!!!