My new ceiling mount arrived last night...and in a box considerably smaller than the one used to deliver four 16mm screws, I might add!
The mount looks like really solid piece, and I'm looking forward to setting it all up this weekend and finally getting my projector squared away on the ceiling.
One thing I found a bit odd was the fact that there are only two large wood screws included in the package. My previous, smaller (and lower weight capacity) mount included four large wood screws to secure the base into the ceiling. (Above/behind the drywall, I have a section of 1/2" plywood screwed into the floor joists above it).
Are two wood screws really enough to secure this mount and
the 25lb. projector that's going to hang from it? I wouldn't expect Peerless to include only two screws unless they were certain that that was sufficient to handle up to the max. rated load, but I can't help thinking that I should pick up a couple more from the local hardware store, just to be sure.
Have you guys - with similar mount + PJ combos - used just the two screws, or have you used four?
Any thoughts/comments are appreciated.