Now that I have two supports on my 120in screen, I am very pleased! The screen material produces an AWESOME image. The frame looks great! However, a few warnings for those thinking about these screens - it's easy to strip threads in the soft wood so (1) don't put screws in and take them out repeatedly and (2) don't overtighten (using a hand-held screwdriver is preferable to a drill). It's easy to repair the threads in the wood with some toothpicks and wood glue, but it's easier to just not strip the threads to begin with. Second, I'd recommend having at least two french cleats rather than just the one in the middle; if you have a screen that measures 120 or less, you have to request 2 cleats. Other than those two small warnings, I highly recommend these screens. Yes, the wait is long, but the price is low. A friend told me that in purchases you have three options - cheap, fast, and quality - then, in your purchases, you can choose two of those. With these screens, you get good quality and cheap, but you don't get fast. But the wait, at least IMO, is worth it.