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I've just painted (one coat) of the ProClassic Smooth Enamel Satin Finish on half of my wall, and when I played a DVD to test it, yes, the new white half is certainly brighter than the old, flat, beige old half, so painting was an improvement (though, I suspect, if I hadn't done it, I wouldn't have missed it), but I also get glare from the projector. The exact spot that reflects the projector lens is an area of glare. Naturally, I'd get such a thing from a paint with some gloss (satin), so I shouldn't be surprised, but I'm wondering why it hadn't been mentioned here (or did I miss it when I read?). Will the glare disappear or diminish when the paint dries some more or when it gets more coats, or does everyone simply accept it as a fact of life?