These are pics of my screen in my "temporary" projector room (we are moving back to Oklahoma this summer, so it's temporary). The walls are Antique White, the ceiling is white and the floors are Terra Cotta tile - not the best scenario for a projector! The screen is 98" diagonal. The projector is an Epson Powerlite 707 (2700 lumens, 3000:1) at about 11ft =/- throw. The screen started life as a piece of 949 White Formica and it was decent with a lower lumen projector. When I installed the 707, it was just too bright, even in "Eco" mode with the brightness dialed back. I wanted a darker screen, and since this one is temporary, thought that Silver Screen would be a quick fix. 2 coats of Silver Screen with the primer in it directly over the Formica later, this is what I ended up with. (I sampled a couple of the "screen paints" available from online retailers but I didn't see that they worked any better for me, and they were much more expensive). My thoughts on the Silver Screen - for a cheap ($17/qt), quick screen, it's not too bad . My references are the BOC screens I've built and used, a couple of RS Maxx Mudd LL screens I made for my grandkids and their 1000 lumen dvd/projector all in ones. I like the SS better than the BOC but it doesn't come close to the RSMMLL. The pictures were taken noon at in sunny Phoenix. You can see the light in the room through the blinds. The screen images are not great, but they are certainly watchable. These are just my thoughts for those of you thinking about using SS.