There's a guy on ebay with 36 of the Greywolf 109" pull down, grey with 1.8 gain, and if you offer him $20.99 for it (it's a buy-it-now or make-an-offer ebay listing) he will accept it.
I got my screen and put it over a window and in full daylight this screen blocks ALL THE LIGHT BEHIND IT, with no bleed.
It has dramatically enhanced the blacks with my Optoma 617 ( 2000 lumens, always using 1600 in eco mode)
If you are using a dlp like mine is and you have a setting like I do for "White Peaking," you can dial that waaaay down to get a very natural tone--otherwise your whites will clip badly and be distracting on this high-gain screen.
My projector is ceiling mounted, as well, which causes any seated viewers to be slightly out of the most reflective zone, but it looks great when standing, too--just more bold.
Be aware--this screen gives much more of a film feeling, and screen door effect (SDE) is greatly reduced or completely obliterated.IF YOU TAKE THE TIME, to calibrate your projector using something even as simple as the wizard in Vista Media Center (which is what I use) you can have a FANTASTIC viewing experience with this screen.
I use a projector because I like to best recreate a movie-going experience. That's what this screen does, you see the what some people describe as sparkles are really just the re-creation of film grain, which makes viewing much more big-cinema like. Heck, it says professional cinema screen on the side of the box.
If you haven't seen this, again think of a deep gray with glass beads that give 1.8 gain--you get blacker blacks and no color shift, and the glass completely eliminates the pixelation of screen door--rendering an image MUCH more like film. IMO, much more like a projector displaying 35mm film reels. How much closer can you get?
If you have any questions, please ask me. I'm not trying to sell these screens, I'm just a customer, and I'm going to share where they are available at a low cost, just like people did in the beginning of this thread.
Ebay Item number: 200263407349 , "Panoview Graywolf DS-9106PM 106" Cinema Display Screen"
Just go to ebay and paste that number in the search box.
Right now there are 35 left, and I have to say that my experience with this vendor has been quite good. These are apparently b-stock or the result of some of the people in this thread that didn't care for it and sent it back, or returned it b/c they found one somewhere else for $20 less. They also have matte white (Item number: 200265999944 or Item number: 200266005711). And they have 96" (150305107822) in 4:3 or 106" like I got in 16:9, 200263407349
Anyway, mine came in the manufacturer's box and still had the strong smell associated with the new ones. That smell was quite distinct after I had it pulled down and I immediately realized what had been mentioned earlier in the thread. It had to air out quite a bit.
Anyway, guys... 20.99 for the screen. Can you possibly beat that?