I'm starting to look at screens for my upcoming front-projection setup in my basement. I will most likely be purchasing the PLUS Piano 3200 when it is released next month. You can read its specs here: http://www.plushometheater.com/en/pr_may02_30.htm Due its relatively low light output and the size of my basement theater, I'm going to go with a 72" WIDE screen, preferably 16:9. I've gotten a quote from Stewart on their "Horizontal ScreenWall ElectriMask" model and it was $3600 - whch is more than my projector! I realize good screens cost money, and their NON-auto masking screen is a more down-to-earth $1300. What else is out there? I can't go greyhawk based on what I read on ProjectorCentral. The PIANO doesn't put out enough light to overcome the grey screen at that size. I'd love to have some sort of masking system, even if only to cover the changes between 1.78 and 2.35. Is there a less-expense alternative out there for me? Is Stewart typicallly more expense than Da-Lite? Other makes? Thanks for any suggestions you can provide!