Hey All I just received this poster frame from HTmarket.com. Looks very slick with the ability to quickly swap posters (the front frame sections are spring loaded and open outwards). The easy installation is to simply mount the frame directly to the wall. I had another idea to mount it forward of the wall with 3/4" wood strips to accommodate a string of rope lights underneath the perimeter. Doing a test it provides a really nice glow that outlines the frame. The frame itself does not come with a backboard - your wall acts as the poster surface. With my idea with the strips I would also need to mount a sheet of MDF for the backboard. Which got me thinking, it's a trivial additional step to use a translucent white plastic sheet in lieu of the MDF and create a custom backlit marquee. I figure I would just paint the wall behind white and run rope light backand forth like a radiator grille (which would then then continue to run underneath the perimeter of the frame to get that glow). Any opinions on this method? My immediate concern is safety with the rather dense rope light boxed against the wall. Would it be advised to drill air holes in the wood strips that wood form the "box" to the frame? Also, I was originally thinking gloss white for maximum reflectiveness. Would that yield too many hot spots, and would a matte or satin white make a better reflective background?