There is hardly any reveal. I'll shoot you a picture. The slot in the track that the fabric is installed in is on the outer part os the track which fits inside the framed panel. The molding (portrait molding?) that goes around the opening is just enough so you can see the slot in the track. Once the fabric is in the track, you really don't see it at all. I think because I had to tough up that molding after the fabric was installed that I would recommended you paint the trim and install it after the fabric is in and just touch up the holes. Next time I head down I'll shoot a picture.
From a depth perspective, it's flush with the panel frame. The track is 2" deep, the acoustic material is 2" deep and the finished MDF frame is 2"deep.Thanks bud. I'm mostly interested in the reveal from a depth perspective versus the side-to-side distance.
On painting the trim after the fabric is in, I probably would've done as you did and paint first, as I'd be worried I would get paint on the fabric. Have to figure out a way to mask it I guess.
Thanks Bud. Doe the panel molding sit on top of the finished MDF frame? That may be where I'm seeing some "reveal", or maybe I'm interpreting the pics incorrectly.From a depth perspective, it's flush with the panel frame. The track is 2" deep, the acoustic material is 2" deep and the finished MDF frame is 2"deep.
You can always tape the fabric. When I installed the "L" modeling around the soffit, I had to fill in the holes and seams and I just used the blue tape.