UPDATE: My UTB Contour 92" HD Progessive 1.1 screen was delivered on Friday and I installed it yesterday.
The Good - The packaging was excellent and the hardware went together very well, with the exception of a few minor issues getting screws to tighten all the way into the metal frame . The frame is extremely well designed and built. No wrinkles whatsoever and the ultra-thin bezel looks awesome on my wall. I recalibrated my Benq W1070 with my Disney WOW Blu-ray disc and the image looks fantastic. I was particularly blown away by the Monsters Inc. scenes on the Blu-ray, where Sully almost seems to jump off the screen. I had no idea that I could get a picture this vibrant with a projector. It now makes me realize how truly inferior my original $80 eBay screen material was.
The Bad - (1) I have two faint 1/2" "dots right in the middle of the projector screen. They are mostly imperceptible except during very light or white scenes. I haven't tried to clean them yet because there were no instructions on what to use and how to clean the screen. I guess I will contact Da-Lite tomorrow and ask for guidance unless you guys can let me know. I am really crossing my fingers that it is just a cleaning issue and not an imperfection with the screen itself. (2) With a high quality screen now installed, I have discovered that there is something wrong with the DirecTV signal in my basement. Although I am getting a decent picture, it is very, very slightly fuzzy and/or pixelated. It is easy to notice when looking at the Bottom Line on ESPN for instance. I have verified that the picture on all my other TVs is not affected by this. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot and/or fix this? I suppose I can replacing the coax cable between my basement jack and the my receiver and also the HDMI cable between my DirecTV box and my Yamaha AVR. I know the issue isn't between my AVR and projector at least because my Blu-rays look awesome. I suspect the issue is between my multiswitch and the basement though, which means I'll probably have to call someone to redo the coax ends or possibly even replace the cable in the wall altogether. If you guys have any other ideas, please let me know.
All in all, I'm loving my new screen. Even though my wife shakes her head at my spending >$1,000 for a projector screen, I think it will be worth it!