I opened the box and assembled the screen in less then a half hour with one other person. It fit together real well with good precession. The components seem of high quality. The tension rods used to hold the four sides and the clips to hold them in place worked great. The frame is covered in a black velvet to absorb any light spill over, which works great. My wall was slightly bowed so it was a little difficult to get the screen to slide on the the mounting brackets screwed into the wall. I had to shim the brackets using card board (more on the outside ones) to get the screen to slide onto the mounting brackets. It was at least a three man job to get the screen onto the mounting brackets. I use a Panasonic 1100 projector and it looks great on the screen , the whites are very white. I have only two complaints. One is that they put a Elite Screen badge on the bottom center of the screen and it is black with sliver letters. The light shines off of the silver letters. I haven't tried to pry it off yet because I am worried about wreaking the black velvet. I will probably just leave it there, it isn't that bad. The other complaint is that instructions are not as clear as they could be. This is a minor compliant because it is pretty easy to figure out what you need to do to assemble the screen anyway. It is obvious the instructions where written by someone that doesn't use English as their primary language.
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