Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Brooklyn, New York
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I've only seen the Seymour Premier frame. Never seen the cheaper Precision frame. The Premier frame is as strong a frame as you can get, i think. And It's covered with really black, high quality velvet. Top notch quality all the way.
I've also seen a Jamestown frame. It's well built for a DIY frame. I know it's not a DIY frame, but it does have the feel of one. It's made out of wood. My 1st floor babysitter has been using a 120 inch 16:9 Jamestown screen for about 2 years now, and it's already starting to bow a bit at the middle. It's a good frame for 230 dollars as long as you keep your expectations on a realistic level.
The Premier frame, on the other hand, is on a completely different level of quality. I hear the cheaper Precision frame is very good too, though i can't confirm that personally.