You know, the shameful part of all of this is that we can buy a full 50 yd long roll of Roc-lon 3 pass (their highest quality) 110" wide blackout material directly from Rockland Industries for $222.00 plus shipping. Now think about it....110" wide with no seams! That is wide enough for just about any screen that most "normal" people would build. Or if you want a really big screen, use the 110" dimension as the height and you could make a screen 195.5" wide (16:9 format). Just over two yards of that stuff (62" to be exact) would make a 110" wide 16:9 screen and cost less than $9.00, so the Comfort House "deals" don't look so good any more, do they? And has anyone actually checked with CH to find out if they used 54" wide pieces sewn together, or did they cut the panels from the 110" wide stuff? Remember, CH is selling these to use as drape and curtain liners, not screens, so their definition of a "single panel" might be different than ours.
[This message has been edited by Bob Sorel (edited 09-23-2001).]