No. No matter how good or expensive these screens are, they always introduce some sort of flaw in the image in order to combat the ambient light in the room. The only reason they look like they pop colors is because you're used to seeing a washed out image with normal screens in ambient light, and these screens will preserve the contrast in a room with ambient light.
In a room with no ambient light, a standard textureless white screen will achieve better results, as long as you don't have white walls and ceilings. In that case, a Black Diamond screen, with it's excellent light scatter control, can make a bit of difference, but I am not sure it justifies the massive price difference.
My Home Theater
Screen: DNP Supernova BLADE (08-85)
Projector: Espon 8350
Receiver: Yamaha RX-671
Speakers: DefTech 8060-ST