Thank you for all the great advice on this site! We're setting up a new screen/PJ room and I've read for weeks on our best options but still would appreciate any comments. At our previous house we had a dedicated basement room with no ambient light, a JVC RS2 that I bought refurbished from AVS and I made a WA DW 122" screen. We thought it was fantastic at the time, but sold everything with the house. We've bought a home built in the 50's with a crazy rec room (see pic) that we're going to use for the theater and I had planned on making the DW screen again, but after reading here about the paint options it sounds like maybe we can do better. MM's comments about getting a picture to rival plasmas sounds almost too good to believe. The DW screen definitely washed out with even a small lamp on. We'll have a fair amount of ambient light in this room from windows, and I actually prefer a little when watching college football during the day so as not to feel totally isolated from the outside world, but for movies we will control with black out. Our budget for the PJ is around 1200, so after reading here it sounds like we'll go with the mits HC4000 as I prefer DLP. Throw is 17'. Will SF V2 3.0 be our our best option? I have an airless sprayer but never used HVLP but will pick up one of the "no names" if that's a better option. If I can find the Sintra local I'm going to use that for a 122" screen with 2 1/4" mdf trimmed in velvet. 29615 is our zip and it looks like there's a Piedmont Plastics local so I'll try them first. Our other issues are the screen will be mounted above the fireplace and my wife "would like" for me at times to take it down because it will overhang ~8" wider than the stone fireplace, which is 8' wide. I considered making the screen to match, but the room is 26' x 26' and it just felt too small. I actually would prefer it larger but the height of the FP opening is 46" so the screen would just get too high. So to be able to move the screen occasionally should I also frame it in 1 X 6 or is the 6mm Sintra rigid enough? Thanks again for all the good work and service you guys provide!