Pre made screens are going to be available soon, very soon.
The older formulas, which you folks have been using- are incredibly good. max grade screen in a can.
How good? well, a contractor got ahold of some and was so impressed by the product, that it is going into JPL at Edwards Air Force Base, to be used as the main screen for viewing the Space Shuttle returns. This company plans to use it in many, many places. They are very impressed with it's quality.
The Finished screens, are ALL NEW formulas that go well beyond that. Some Plus Projector reps saw the first install of a finished wall-screen of our latest digital Grey version. (finished screen..but done as a wall instead) They stated that their projectors cannot possibly do the color so balanced and well..and ran out of the store with all the pamphlets to try and be the first to attempt to nail down distribution of this very hot product. There were other powerful incidents as well...
The new digital grey surface renders an almost perfect D6500.. with almost no losses of any kind with extremely solid and punchy dynamics. You can take a standard mercury bulb'ed DLP, or LCD... center the controls so the color balance coming out of the unit is at it's average 9-10K.. but when you shine it on the screen.. the color temp is an almost perfect 6500. Reds, Greens and Blues area all rock solid.. with no losses in punch anywhere.
Anyway, that's the new screen surface..and it is quite the Tiger by the tail we have here.
With centered controls on a PJ, to allow for maximum dynamics and contrast ranging (this is necessary to keep the PJ from going FLAT in it's 3-d characteristics of image quality) the screen will render flesh-tones almost perfectly..under any IRE level.
Sorry for the advert, but you asked.
We also have new CRT finished screen designs on the go, the first one is being tested right now, and it is coming into my living room in a few days. Our screens ar as un-absorptive of light energy as possible. Every little bit of returned energy is important to the viewer so that they may percieve dynamics in an image as properly as possible.
I would advise that you use a compressor based cup gun spayer for the best surface quality, or a HVLP spraying system for the ease of use, and quality of surface possible.
You have to 'micro-stipple' the surface with the sprayer system, so as to achieve a off axis characteristic that is highly viewable and so the gain curve is relatively benign, or flat. This can be done quite easily with the High gain mixes, for those that are familiar with the use of a spray system. For those who are attepmting to use a spray system for the first time, it might be adviasable to use the low gain mix. (they will soom be called rollable, and sprayable, to kill all confusion)