I just assemble a 100 inch fixed frame screen that I bought on ebay for 250-300$. I tough I would share some picture of the screen for people who are looking to buy one like this one. This is the model number ME169F-100. Despite the quality of the frame and the easy assembly, I would advise not to buy this screen, the material is not projection grade. There is no hotspotting and contrast are pretty good but I have vertical lines every 10 inch that drives me crazy, the line are not from shipping or rolling of the screen, they are perfectly straight lines that are exactly 10 inch appart one from the other, probably from the manufacturing process.There is no way that I will use this screen for a long period of time, I will buy a better one as soon as I can find a store that ship them to my remote place or until I go south and bring one back. I may try to fit this frame with some better screen material later.
The screen ship in a sturdy box, the velvet frame is well protect, just as the screen material
The frame is very good looking, great finish
These sliding clips are where the screen material attach, they slide freely allowing you to apply the desired tension on the screen where you want
Here you see the plastic square that fit inside the aluminium tubing to attach the frame together, there is also some threaded pieces that slide in the frame to attach the brackets later
The screen material attach to the clips easily, there are metal rods in the edge over the holes to prevent the material from breaking while streching, it take at most 15 minutes to have perfect stretch
The screen look pretty good for a low budget fixed frame, until you fire the projector and you see those terrible vertical line across the picture, they are very annoying the the picture pan or a character walk trough one of them, I walk away from cinema for screen with less distracting flaw than that. This screen is going to the trash soon, sadly.