Projector: Epson EH-TW650 Screen: Ebay 200*113cm (no recommendation implied I've just unboxed it), about 10kg. I just typed up a long post but lost it so I'll keep this short. I need the screen 6-7 inches from the wall at the point of hanging (to clear a wall mounted TV). The mounts are just hooks on top of the screen assembly. I was planning on getting some shelf brackets from wilco, 125*150mm, or 150*200mm, and some carbine style hooks / loops, and mounting them with 3 (per bracket) *4mm (width of plugs) *40mm fixings (screws and wallplugs) to the brick wall. The brackets are rated for 18kg but my drill skills are not the best, will the additional moment of inertia of the weight away from the wall require the biggest brackets? Or could I perhaps get away with 125*150, with 125mm against the wall affixed in 3 places per bracket? Will I need longer and maybe thicker plugs and screws? Bear in mind there will be some additional force applied when pulling down the screen. The room is basement but will need blackout curtains. I don't plan on using the projector full time which is why I'm leaving the 46" TV behind it. I have other options, I was originally planning on affixing large wooden blocks to the wall and fixing to those, but the hook system doesn't seem to favour that. I could also try and hook to the ceiling somehow, but I would need about 1 to 1.5 feet down from the ceiling, so I would need to get chains or something to suspend the screen. I am also unsure about hanging that much weight from 2 fixings alone, though it is a brick ceiling. Many thanks all and sorry if this sounds curt but I wrote out 150% of these words initially and lost it to MS Edge. Thanks AVFORUMS.