152" diagonal - Seymour AV XD fabric with black backing. Ordered 4-7-12, Shipped 5-17-12.
Very, very satisfied with the value for money - more than $1200 cheaper than the same screen from Seymour AV.
Obviously, the difference is mainly in the frame and the jamestown frame looks DIY vs the Seymour (especially in the rear). It's just a few wood slats and is held together by metal bars and screws that you install. Also, I would imagine that the Seymour screen has some kind of snaps or fasteners on the fabric (my old Carada screen did), so you don't have to stretch it yourself.
five suggestions for these frames:
(1) don't use the wood screws that came with the screen - use 1.5 inch number 8 wood screws - they are a little longer and will hold better
(2) the larger frames would benefit from a much longer metal bar connection holding the left and right horizontal wood pieces together at the top and bottom - mine pulled apart way too easily with just a little torque on the frame when moving it (even when trying to be careful) [hence my recommendation in number 1]
(3) it will take you a while to stretch the fabric without any wrinkles at all and you will have to go back and forth many times - work from the middle to the corners
(4) try to center the material as best you can before you start tightening because if it is crooked and gets pulled up against a screw, it will cause a wrinkle and you will need to enlarge the gap with scissors and retighten to get rid of that wrinkle
(5) after you test fit the fabric under the tabs, but before you start tightening, trim the corners of the fabric so there is no extra fabric in the corner to bunch up and cause a hard-to-remove wrinkle
I have not hung it yet, but the included hardware seems to be sufficient. It's the same two piece hardware that Carada uses.
Any questions, please just ask.