Having purchased a Tosh MT3 back in the summer for a little over £2,000 and experimented with homebrew roll down screens made from white blackout material I've been delighted with the result. The only problem being keeping the material absoulutely flat. I project from a distance of around 18' producing an image about 8' wide. This worked quite well considering it cost £30 as compared to over £1000 for a 'pro' screen! However, I've just purchased an electric ceiling mounted 98" wide, pearlescent screen, retailing at over £1400 for £400 and it's brill! Want to know where from? - A company who manufacture screen materials for your local ODEON etc. - Harkness Hall (http://www.harknesshall.com/home.htm). Fascinating site - they're discounting the 'Miralyte Cosmopolitan' (92" x 69"). I'm now in 7th Heaven - Pearl Harbour last night was amazing! Hope the above is useful to someone and HH put me on commission! Regards - SANTA!