I'm looking for a decent projector screen for my Epson EMP-TW10H. This screen will be used for watching movies mainly in a very dark room (I have a plasma to use for the other times). As much as I would love an electric screen to save some cash I will be going for a manual pull down screen. I want to mount it on my standard height ceiling. I also want an upper black border so the viewing area isn't too close to the ceiling. After reading though the forum I see a couple of names come up quite often when it comes to projector screens. These are Beamax and DRH. I like the look of both these companies products and the prices seem to be very reasonable. After some calculation I have worked out that a nice size for the screen will be roughly 90" diagonal (16:9). The screens I am looking at at the moment are: DRH Slimline Manual 203 x 114 Matt White @ £158 (http://www.drhscreens.co.uk/slimline.html) Beamax R-Black 16:9 Manual 213 x 124 @ £169.99 (http://www.hifibitz.co.uk/product.asp?id=3187) The DRH screen seems to have a gain of 1 where as the Beamax one is said to be 1.1 (although if I went for the R-Series rather than the black one this also has a gain of 1 like the DRH screen). I like the fact that the DRH screen case is white so it won't stand out too much on my white ceiling, but I am also worried about reflections from the bottom of the screen etc. That is where the 'black' series Beamax screen seems to be better as the whole casing is in black. Then again it will be a big black screen casing mounted on my white ceiling which may look a bit odd. This can be resolved by going for the R-Series which has a white case. Can anyone comment on either of these screens or manufacturers? Or can anyone suggest another screen to go for around this price?