Ordered the Stewart StudioTek 130 G4 screen at 133" to replace my 135" Elite Aeon screen. We can start right with the shipping container. This thing came in a massive, heavy duty box.
I could stand in the middle of it when empty without it caving in, and needed to use a saw to cut it up when I was done with it. The screen itself was additionally in a solid cardboard tube.
All of it was packed in tons of thick bubble wrap. After removing it from the box, it was very simple to put together and barely needs instructions at all with the self-explanatory assembly and mounting.
The bezel is very solid, and I like the snaps for the screen material attachment vs velcro or the plastic pegs I've used on other screens. It makes it very easy to make sure there are no creases in the screen even.
The mounting brackets hang on bars that go on the wall which are far easier to level than the widely spaced tiny brackets for my Elite screen. I will say that one downside to the assembly and mount process is that since I ordered a larger screen it came with a center bar that goes from top to bottom, which limited where I could put the mounting brackets, and preventing me from actually being able to line any of the wall bracket holes into studs. I had to drill my own holes into the wall brackets and was able to secure into two studs that way. An annoyance, but it worked out well in the end as it was easy to drill.
I really like the magnets on the bottom of the screen bezel as it fixes an issue I had with my Elite screen where the bottom didn't want to stay back against the wall. However, this also highlighted just how not flat my wall is, haha. Screen performance is top notch.
I noticed not just better color, brightness, and contrast, but a seemingly sharper image than my Elite screen. The whole thing does feel professional, and I do not regret my investment here. Highly recommend this screen. For reference, my projector is a JVC DLA-X790R.