|One of the good characteristics of the Firehawk is suppose to be its 1.4 gain combined with the grey to increase contrast between black and white. Do you think the tremco does this as well. I don't expect it to work as well as Firehawk, but was wondering if the whites would still maintain some of the brightness or if the whole image is dimmed somewhat?
When watching movie material I notice that my blacks are much enhanced. I also noticed that whites appeared slightly brighter. There is definite gain there. Colours are deeper (a bright red will appear to be a slightly darker shade of red).
One thing, when first applied, the colour of the screen is darker and more shiny but when allowed to dry, the surface becomes more matte and lighter in colour.
I am very happy with the results. The only con I can think of at this moment is the inability to apply on a vertical surface. By this I mean, it would be real hell to try and paint a section of a wall this way. The paint must either be applied with the screen flat on the ground spraying from above or by spraying from below (with the screen above you like the method Stewart uses).