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I'm about to consider a Dalite HP screen and I'll share the benefit of my research:
Make sure your PJ is floor mounted, not ceiling. The Dalite HP is "retro-reflective" meaning it will reflect light back toward the source producing it. (Do a search on "retro-reflective")
If the Proxima is a DLP with some hefty light output, it may be too bright, but depending on the ambient light it MAY work. I've not gotten mine yet, so I'm not positive about this. I'll be using mine with a CRT front projector.
Try the Greyhawk screen everyone is raving about if you're really unhappy about it, it's apparently the cat's meow.
In addition, get the ANSI light output for the Proxima and look up the foot lambert measurement for the projector. The was a post recently with this formula (within the last few weeks). Anything over 45-50 foot lamberts will produce hotspotting and color shifting (no color shift on DLP)