Originally Posted by hawnr6
I did the same thing - and I had to stack 2 2x4's on the wall and mount it to that - plus I have a super-low profile TV wall mount (approx 2") so you may need more of a gap.
you can also mount it to the ceiling - but the odds are that the ceiling studs wont line up exactly.
In my case, wall mount is the only thing I could do. Ceiling is too high. I'm going to use shelve brackets so it could stick out about 6" and then just hang the screen on it. Just wondering did you get a motorized or a manual screen? How often does your screen come down? I just scare that I will damage the screen by bringing it down and up everyday. Daytime viewing is on my plasma and night time is for the projector. For someone in my case, that the screen is on the same wall as my TV should I get a manual or a motorized screen? Thanks