Needed two tab-tensioned 120" 4:3 screens for our sanctuary. Got Focupix from HTDepot. Overall, I am very pleased...even if one of them hadn't saved my life.
First, the normal stuff. Arrived well crated and in great shape. Multiple mounting options were a plus. Went with heavy ceiling anchors holding hooks to go through triangular loops on top of screen because we were in a hurry. Now installing heavier-duty wall-ceiling corner mount clips that came with unit.
One of the two remotes (one with each unit) did not work, plus built-in laser pointer was unfocused, making a basketball-sized red blob at 30' range. Other remote was perfect, and both screens set to that remotes RF frequency on first try.
Drop-down adjustment was easy enough. All in all, we were good to go with both screens in about 3 hours from uncrating.
Good picture quality with 3500 lumen projector in ambient light (sanctuary lights and indirect daylight thru north facing window). A little more motor noise than other brands, but acceptable.
Now the lifesaving part. I was wiring up a new outlet for the screen when the junction box in one hand cut into the hot lead (wrong breaker turned off) as I was holding flex conduit in other hand. Took 110VAC across chest; couldn't let go, couldn't breathe. Jumped off 8' ladder to jerk the conduit out of my hands, but the excess was too long. That excess, however, was coiled between screen and ceiling, and I pulled the anchors out and the screen came down. It fell 12 feet onto one end, yanking the conduit out of my hand.
Bottom line: the plastic end that hit the floor was a little cracked, and the motor-roller assembly came out of its mounts. I bent the mounts back into shape, fitted the roller back in place, and it works like new. Had to readjust one of the tensioners and reset the drop-down.
Focupix screen was relatively inexpensive, but it's not stupid-fragile-cheap. I'm sold.