Thought I'd post my experience of these cheap 'screens' for anyone thinking of going down the same route. For those who don't know the 'Tupplur' is a blackout blind sold by Ikea for £19.99 for the 2m wide version. In 16:9 this will give you a screen size of upto about 90" diagonal. So bought my first projector yesterday and didn't want to hang about waiting for a screen to be delivered and Ikea was on my way home so it was a bit of a no brainer. Went in and I was a bit unimpressed with the ones on display, you get a thin scrap of wood that slides into the bottom to keep the blind straight, I wasn't convinced that this would do a good job, but I noticed the 'Index' curtain rods nearby, this is an extending metal curtain pole which is £3.99 for the 210-385cm version. I've found that this slides perfectly into the bottom of the blind where the bit of wood should go (start with the slightly thinner end ) and keeps the bottom of the screen dead straight and adds some much needed weight for stopping ripples. Indeed by this morning all the ripples have dropped out and the centre of the screen is as flat as a millpond (the slight ripple you can see in the photo is caused by dodgy image compression) Ignore the decor, soon to be decorated Pros Cheap! Size 100% black-out, thanks to the acrylic-coated cotton fabric. Can be cut to desired width. Can be fixed to the ceiling or the wall. Produces a good image for the money Takes about 10 minutes to fit (though you will need a willing assistant) Cons No black borders, reducing precieved contrast/black levels Slight curving in at edges (though this may yet flatten out) The pulley for raising and lowering the screen feels a bit cheap and nasty No gain Top Tips Buy the 'Index' pole to go with it Make sure you don't get the blue one When it gets a bit darker I might take some pics. Anyone had any luck making black borders for it?