Hi Guys, Finally got my first PJ - Philips Bogart (1024x769, 800 Lumens 1800:1 contrast DLP) I've got an IKEA blind and mounted on a temporary arrangement of a batten and a counter weight. It sits on top of the centre on the TV and rolls down in front. The TV and stand look like this (blind not pictured) I thought that my roller arrangement would work for a while and would have the advantage that I could make a 4:3 screen or a 16:9 screen depending on what I was watching. Unfortunately it's hard to get the fabric to roll and unroll evenly so I'm thinking on canabalising the blind to build a fixed screen to go in front of the TV when I need it. I've checked various threads about DIY screens and I'm fairly happy with how to build it from a timber frame. 1 - Would you recommend making the screen oversize to allow for a black border or simply make the screen the exact size? 2 - I'm thinking of using an open frame (180cm x 135cm) and having a 4:3 ratio on one side and masking the other down to 16:9 (180cm x 101cm) with black cloth. One side of the cloth is less suitable than the other for projecting which I'm prepared to live with for now - any other obvious flaws? 3 - I think in the end I'll buy a 4:3 portable screen - am I wasting my time here and I should bite (another) bullet and spend £150+ on something now? Any constructive comments would be appreciated. Thanks!