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I just wanted to add the already growing list of great feedback. I recently moved, and upgraded my living room furniture and didn't want to rehang my unsightly Elite projector screen (which was free with my purchase of an Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8100...lol).

I took the advice in this article, and I was floored after the application of the primer coat only. I may not be as picky as some readers here, but I am an avid movie watcher and actor, and I have a full home theatre system. So I have an appreciation for a quality viewing experience. Anyway, I am currently renting and I cannot sand the walls without expecting to pay a large penalty upon moving, so I followed all the instructions except for any major modifications to the surface.

It's day one after completing the project, and I cannot believe the quality of the image. It's 100 times better than my Elite. I wish I had done this sooner. I was even able to get a decent picture with the blinds closed while the sun was out. This was not previously possible with my Elite. I can see the light texture of the wall when the image is very bright or all white (mostly when I have my laptop hooked up because web pages have lots of white, I realized).

All that being said, I couldn't be more satisfied. Well worth the $88 dollars I spent a Sherwin Williams. I may give away my Elite screen at this point. Not only is the image better, I am not restricted to the 120" screen size. I painted a screen that is a little over 140" diagonal (approx. 122" x 69"). This project was so easy to do and these detailed instructions were awesome.

It's great to see such a great article at an age when I am so skeptical of easy solutions and at a time when the web is so full of misinformation and empty promises.

Thanks, Evan & Project Central!!!! You guys are awesome!

Shane