That's very good news. What about the 1.0 screen being "Lambertian," while the 1.3 the center is brighter than the sides? That was another concern not from the review, but that someone else brought to my attention.It's completely unnoticeable on the 130 G4 and I sit really close (which makes it worse).
I think if I can't mod my projector to be brighter, then it has to be the 1.3 (or even 1.5 one what's it called again) by default. If I can, then maybe it should still be the 1.3, but I like the idea of the image being 1.0 gain across the entire screen.
Basically I was told that the 1.3, it's 1.3 gain in the center, but then as you go to the sides of the screen, it falls to like 0.8 or something. Whereas the 1.0 is 1.0 across the entire screen. So overall, on average, it sounds like the 1.0 is just as bright as the 1.3? Less bright in the center, but more bright on the sides. And since the LED projector I have throws a very consistent image across the entire screen, having a screen that is also consistent across the entire screen may improve the "perceived brightness" and actually look just as bright or brighter as the 1.3? Or no? That's sort of how he explained it to me. Definitely if I'm not going to get a brightness boost overall from 1.3 over 1.0, then I know, for 100%, that I will like the 1.0. I know it is quality and it has nothing a part of it that could possibly cause any problems. So it would be great if that worked but I am really happy that the 1.3 is also a viable alternative and there are no real problems with it except maybe that it's not Lambertian.
I think that might be pretty subtle at 1.3 though. The real issue is, does it detract from the screen being brighter in the first place? 1.3 in the middle is 30% brighter. 0.8 on the sides is 20% less bright. So overall am I really getting more brightness? Especially if it's not Lambertian, that may cause the perceived brightness and uniformity to go down so even if it is 10% brighter on average, it might appear the same or less? What do you think?