Hey Dan. Well, the patience comes from simply lack of funds http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif
I still feel very lucky to have this thing. I have been into home theater for around 10 years and always wanted a motorized screen. The history behind this unit isn't much. I bought this one from an individual who works for a leasing company. His job is to basically get rid of broken or damaged equipment from the company he works for. This screen would fall under the damaged category. I just don't think he really thought that putting it on its side over a long period of time could cause this kind of damage.
Still, I am happy with the improvement. This material is much different to work with than my Dalite Model B (video spectra material). The Videomatte 200 is much thicker and holds its shape very well. Thus the problem with the creases.
I plan to keep on trying the blow drying treatments along with the immediate raising of the screen until I don't see anymore improvements. I don't think I am far off to be honest. After that I might go ahead and try laying it on some plywood and actually lightly iron it to see what happens. I wouldn't use steam. I think the heat coupled with pressure is what this screen really needs and I think it might work. I'll keep you posted.
Again, does anyone know how to clean a screen like this. I have some pencil and pen marks here and there I would like to get out. I am assuming soap and water with a clean rag might be best but I just don't know for sure.