I am getting ready to buy a projector screen, but have some questions. I am running a Dell 2200MP projecting a 80" wide picture on a wall (so I can get a feel on what size/position feels best for veiwing). That seems to be a good comfortable size. I'm pretty happy with the brightness, but I feel it could be a little brighter because it's sometimes hard to see things in dark scenes. I'm hoping a real screen will correct this problem (along with producing better colors, the wall isn't exactly white) I'm looking at The Dalite line in a pulldown model. Here's my list of questions/concerns. The Dell is a 4:3 native projector, but since I've been using my projector, I almost never use 4:3, always 16:9 mode (I honestly thought that I would use 4:3 quite a bit, I thought wrong) so I think am going to get a 16:9 screen. I'm worried about the dark (very dark) borders being projected past the projector onto the wall... should I be? Or should I get a 4:3 screen and live with the 16:9 not being "framed" (this does not appeal to me at all) I can get a glass beaded (+2.5) or a matte white (+1.1) screen for the same price. Why would I not get glass beaded? Is the picture not as sharp? What is the downside of glass beaded material? The only pulldown projector screens I am used to are the crappy ones at school that maybe locked at the bottom, maybe a foot from the bottom, or maybe somewhere in between (or maybe not at all, my highschool was poor) Do Dalite projector screens lock in the same position every time? I don't want to have to re-adjust my projector mount every time I put the screen away and pull it down again. Also (referring back to my past experience with pulldown screens) should I expect curling on the edges of the screen? Are there ways to deal with this? Or will a decent (non tensioned) screen solve these problems?