My only experience with Pyle has been a little hands-on with some car audio and reviews of their pro audio/PA and instrument amps back when I was looking at that kind of stuff...so mostly electronic. It was pretty much universally bad and very "optimistically" spec'ed to catch unsuspecting buyers and folks on extreme budgets.
BUT, I've seen some of these lousier brands release simpler products (in my case, passive speakers/boxes...in your case a screen) that worked fine. Maybe some small work-arounds needed here or there or some mildly frustrating inconveniences, but generally stuff that's acceptable for the price/savings.
IF you can first make sure that Amazon has your back if you simply don't like it, with a free/cheap return-shipping full money-back return..then it sounds like there's no risk. Do it. If you like it, cool. If you don't like it, return it and get your money back.
If Amazon doesn't have your back on this one, don't count on Pyle to help. Go for a different brand instead.
A good return-policy (with return shipping cheap/free) will let you test both the material AND the frame construction/build-quality. That way you can make sure the material is smooth enough and not glossy while also making sure the frame holds straigh and doesnt rip or pucker the screen material.