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Great article, and I like the comments comparing Goo screens to the less expensive paint used here. I do have two comments: 1. Wall preparation. Use a skim coat of joint compound to produce a perfectly flat surface. (See the link at Screen Goo's site to the specs for "Level 5" drywall finish). 2. Sorry, but your frame kinda sux. I would use baseboard molding to get a more three dimensional frame effect. Use a miter box or miter saw to get a perfect 45 degree miter. Join the mitered edges with glue and finish nails (or better yet, a biscuit joiner), not those angle straps. Locate and pre-drill four holes thru the frame and into studs on the wall. Mount it solidly to the wall with four flat black, flathead drywall screws, not the picture hangers.