I have a Screenplay 4805 set up in a blacked out room. It is currently projecting onto brownish flowery wallpaper at a distance of about 13 feet. I want to install a pulldown screen and I have two questions. 1. The actual image size is about 225 * 126 cm; a few cm. more if I add the faintly visible dark border which the 4805 projects. This is very close to the viewable area on one of Slimline screens available from drhscreens.co.uk. (231 * 130 cm). Can anyone say anything for or against these screens. n.b. for 'domestic' reasons the casing has to be white. 2. The picture size I have is maximum for the throw distance. To fit the image neatly onto the Slimline screen I will probably need to move the projector back a few inches....but there's a window in the way. A possible solution is to have the component cables entering sideways on instead of sticking out directly backwards. Is there such a thing as a right angled phono adaptor? Maplins have a phono plug with a wire lead at 90 degrees. I could solder something together based on this but it would hardly do justice to my Mark Grant cables. I need something high quality with a phono plug and socket set solidly at a right angle.