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According to Don Stewart of Stewart Filmscreen Corp., there is a threshold screen size of approximately 100", above which a Greyhawk is not recommended for a Sharp Z9000. The following is a quote from him from the AVS screen forum:


"Summary. If the screen size does not exceed 100 inches, and you have some ambient light or room cross reflection, I prefer the GrayHawk. If your screen is larger than 100 inches I think more screen gain is in order. The Studiotek works great here but you will want to keep stray light off the screen."


Fortunately, I was able to change my order from a Greyhawk to a Studiotek for my 110" screen.

I hope this may help others who are considering the same combination.
 

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Also worth noting from the same thread: Stewart is working on a DLP-specific screen. According to Mr. Stewart, the Greyhawk was really designed for D-ILA and LCD projectors with high lumens. They're working on one tailored to the 1-chip DLP's lower lumens.
 
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