As noted, you have lots of options. IMHO, Stewart is the best, but they tend to be priced above other options. As for the side comment on microperf screens (this type of screen allows sound to travel through the screen so that speakers can be properly mounted behind the screen), if properly installed, the only impact on picture quality is a 10% light loss...keep in mind, every commercial movie theater out there uses a perforated screen. There are LOTS of "anti-perf" people on this forum, though, so you might want to do a search on "microperf" or something and do some reading/researching. Another common objection is that the holes are visible...but not at a proper seating distance.
I would have to add, though, that you may NOT be able to "properly" install a pulldown microperf screen--one of the gotchas with improperly installed microperf'd screens is light "splashback" where light travels through the screen and reflects off of any non-flat surface behind the screen...in a pulldown screnario, painted walls, etc. may cause problem behind the screen.
Here's a good place to poke around and see some mounting options--it's the homepage for Stewart's Ultramatte 150 (1.5 gain screen). The StudioTek 130 is the gold standard for CRT-based systems...the 150 is a higher gain, which can be useful if you're using a microperf'd design (which again will cause 10% light loss).http://www.stewartfilm.com/engineeri...amatte150.html
I have no idea what your budget is, but be forwarned that for Stewart, you're talking at LEAST a few $K U.S. Microperf bumps the price up as does pull down tensioning. If that's going to hurt, take a look at Da-Lite, Vutec, etc., but again, with the options you want/need, this is going to be a relatively expensive purchase no matter what route you go.