I've used a Elite Yardmaster II before and they work well. https://www.amazon.com/Elite-Screen...aster+ii&qid=1569704327&s=gateway&sr=8-1&th=1Amazon link
Some screens like screen innovations solo pro2 can be hung on two steel cables (they call them flying brackets). You might need to use a longer cable than what comes in the mounting kit though. Just a thought. I wish there were more floor rising screens but not a lot of choices there.So since moving to California I have had to give up my dream of having a dedicated HT room. So in the interest of making do I am going to try a large screen in front of all of my TV and AV equipment for movie nights. I would like to have a 120 - 135" screen but the rub is it needs to be able to be taken down when not in use. I am curious what my options are. I saw the EZCineme pull up screens and thought they looked perfect for my needs. But there seems to be some issues. So I am curious what my options are from there. Ceiling mounting isn't an option because I have 20' ceilings.
I have a 100" ezCinema that stays in place on the floor in front of my plasma. When I researched it a few years ago the ezCinema was the best bargain for my purposes though I'm sure more expensive floor-rising screens would be better. The stealth black case blends in with our dark carpet. I move it occasionally for cleaning the carpet and it's pretty easy to move around. I wouldn't want to have to move a 120" or 135" version around the house every time I wanted to use it, but YMMV. Waves are an issue with all retractable screens. My ezCinema has a few minor ones but I don't notice them when viewing content. There's only one serious issue I'm aware of and I documented a good fix in the thread linked below:... I saw the EZCineme pull up screens and thought they looked perfect for my needs. But there seems to be some issues. ...