Maybe I wasn't clear enough regarding my spraying comments above, if not I apologize.
These paints can certainly be rolled with good results, it just takes patience, practice, and very conscientious work with the roller. Another thing that makes all the difference in the world is proper lighting (if working indoors)... this is true if rolling or spraying. I only suggest spraying if you have access to the equipment because it's easier, faster, and better results can be obtained. By no means is spraying a 'must' for laying down this screen... although I still think spraying is almost a must to get superior results laying down high metallic finishes (but that's not the case with the FnEasy system).
As I mentioned before, I did try using the 3/16" roller and the hot-dog roller. Both worked, but I found the hot-dog only seemed to work better for me. I also found I did have to double dip the hot-dog to lay enough paint for each pass, but that didn't seem to be a big deal. In the end I still ended up with slight roller marks (very slight), but I'm not sure it they came from the hot dog or the 3/16" method. Without a doubt, they could have been worked out had I noticed them at the time of application (hence the recommendation for excellent lighting). Either way, in the future I'll just stick to spraying since I do have the equipment to spray and I would suggest others spray as well IF they have the equipment. I only rolled this screen because I wanted to give the FnEasy system a try w/o using more advanced methods and I'm very impressed with the results in general.
The reason I didn't bother with doing a more advanced mix on this screen, is because I didn't need or want the extra brightness that comes with those mixes. This screen is being used in our BR with a HD1000U (1500 lumens) PJ and the screen is only 80". With so much light output on such a small screen, it doesn't make much sense to use a more advanced mix for this application which is why I thought I'd give FnEasy a try.
Again, I'm sorry if I gave anyone the impression spraying this screen is a must, that is not the case at all.