Quote:I bought my 3020 about 2 weeks ago. I looked around for fixed screen for a little while before just deciding to use paint. I'm by no means a videophobe, but I do have a rather keen eye, and can be very picky when it comes to video quality. I also have done a lot of painting, so applying 2 prime coats (sanding) between coats, and 1of 3 (so far) top coats of flat white premium paint is no problem. As for the picture quality. So far I m really liking it. Sometimes watching hockey is too bright ! The primer, paint, frogtape, rollers, and Sandpaper cost about 100.00. And I was able to create a custom sized display 138" diagonal to be exact.
The other reason I choose paint is because you can always paint over it if you want to try a slightly grey screen or if you want to change the size. Maby anamorphic ( if possible) or bigger or smaller.
Paying a bit extra for premium only because it will apply more consistent with fewer o no " hot spots" . And if you have little kids like me. Cleaning there little paw prints from your screen is a lot easier because with High grade paint . it is muh easier to clean without any residue. Just an option to consider