I have ready some images taken on the 82" diagonal "Wood Surface". I will comment on each "before" they are presented.
But first, a quick look at the mechanics of the installation that item found a home in.
This is the Room. A small, narrow Bonus Room over a garage. 20' deep -x- 11' wide, with 40" Knee Walls and a "supposedly" 45 degree sloped ceiling.
It is hung via a 65" long French Cleat affair, with the "Wall Mounted" section of the French Cleat being a 1" x 8" and the opposing 65" "Screen Mounted" French Cleat being a 1" x 4". This is how the French Cleat hanging system looks from the side.
With Velvet Trim applied, the appearance of the screen "Floating" is not an illusion, it is in fact suspended away from the wall on all sides.
A S-I-L-V-E-R screenie taken from 22" back, on "Auto".
Same frame, taken from the side at 120 degrees
Ben Affleck, @ 14' and looking as good as possible (....for him, anyway. Less Jenny.)
And lastly, a shot of something just as pretty as can be, made "Mo bedder" by S-I-L-V-E-R
Digest these images. They come to you via my new...yes... new
Digital Camera. A Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 6mp 10x Optical Zoom.
The infamous old Toshiba M81 is officially replaced.
For those who might consider asking, comparative shots of S-I-L-V-E-R against a Matte White will take place with the much bigger 124" S-I-L-V-E-R that this screen served as a test bed for. That might/should happen within about 2 weeks. However, I have made some specific observations and have already drawn some opinions (mostly all good) from what I've already seen when taking the shots above this AM. I will post those comments soon below.